Dungeness Courte goes live with the nativity

Staff with Dungeness Courte Memory Care, 651 Garry Oak Drive, acted out a “living nativity” as a special activity for residents and the public on Dec. 20.

Jan Orr, director of community relations, said inspiration for the event was because staff “wanted to spread the joy of Christmas.” The event featured the nativity scene for Jesus’ birth, Christmas carolers and refreshments over a four-hour span.

John Graham and Becky Northaven’s Dungeach Farm provided animals including Eli the camel for the evening after spending two Saturdays at Sequim Valley Nazarene Church’s Living Nativity event.

Participants for Dungeness Courte’s nativity included, from left, Kellan and Ashlynn Northaven as shepherds, Dezseri Sharnbroich as a wise man, Joshua Anderson as Joseph, Anabel Johnson as an angel, Corin Tucker as Mary, Greg Riehl as a wise man, Ryan Gribble as a wise man, and John Graham and Becky Northaven.

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