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    Live nativity in Leesburg

    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Chris and Shana Folk, portraying Joseph and Mary, sit with their daughter Aibhilin, 4 months, portraying baby Jesus during the Leesburg Presbyterian Church’s live nativity and pageant Dec. 16. The shepherds are Taylor Vigil, 12, and Scott Lutz, right. The Folks have had Aibhilin, which is Gaelic for “longed for child,” since she was born in Texas, but the adoption was finalized last weekend.

    Leesburg Presbyterian Church hosted a live nativity and pageant Dec. 16.

    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Wisemen Ryan Colavita, in front, and Jim Barnes wait to play their parts during the Leesburg Presbyterian Church's live nativity and pageant Dec. 16.
    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Chris and Shana Folk, portraying Joseph and Mary, pose for a few photos with their daughter Aibhilin, 4 months, portraying baby Jesus during the Leesburg Presbyterian Church's live nativity and pageant Dec. 16.
    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Shana Folk, portraying Mary, sits with her daughter Aibhilin, 4 months, portraying baby Jesus during the Leesburg Presbyterian Church's live nativity and pageant Dec. 16.
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