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Quincy Valley Christmas Holiday Celebration

| December 8, 2020 1:00 AM

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Visitors gather around the Nativity scene at the Living Nativity event at the Quincy Historical Society & Museum on Saturday night.

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Members of the Faith Community Church in Quincy are illuminated by the campfire light in their Bethlehem display at the Quincy Historical Society & Museum on Saturday night.

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Youth group members and volunteers from the Faith Community Church in Quincy bring the town of Bethlehem to life at the Living Nativity event on Saturday night in Quincy.

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A group stands by listening to the speaker at the final stop of the Living Nativity on Saturday evening, the Nativity Scene, provided by volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Rod Cool, ag teacher and FFA adviser at Quincy High School, helped gather up the animals for the Living Nativity at the Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum on Saturday evening.

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Santa Claus handed out candy canes and received Christmas wish letters from children in downtown Quincy as the Quincy Valley Holiday Celebration kicked off on Friday night.

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Santa Claus waves and smiles to a family as they swing through the drive-thru lights display in Quincy on Friday night, kicking off the weekend Holiday Celebration.

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Kent and Kim Bacon of Quincy provided Mrs. Claus and Santa with their sleigh on Friday night for the drive-thru lights event.

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Santa and Mrs. Claus, bottom right, waved and greeted families as they passed by the light display in downtown Quincy on Friday night.

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Letters to Santa Claus were dropped off at the Quincy Christmas celebration on Friday night. The box will sit out front of the Chamber of Commerce throughout the month for anyone who wasn't able to drop their letter off on Friday.