I know that their are many things to do in this time of Holidays. And every year I seem to get less and less done. But this year I am beyond proud to share some pictures of the live nativity that our County 4-H kids did. They spent three long hours out in the cold with their animals.
Many heartfelt thanks go out to the organizers and to the other 4-H parents who helped make this possible.
But by doing this, not only did these kids get to share the story of our Lord’s birth with others, they also got to spend so time sharing agriculture’s story too. By letting children pet and visit with animals they don’t normally get to see, those kids spread more than the Christmas story.