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Brian Korthals/Daily Globe Pamela Anderson, Mountain Lake, (left) and Joann Classen, Bingham Lake, admire one of the more than 500 nativity sets on display at the Evangelical free Chapel Saturday afternoon in Windom.

More than 500 nativity scenes displayed in Windom

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WINDOM - What do corn husks, coconut shells, newspaper and a Coke can all have in common? They were all used to create a likeness of the baby Jesus.

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