Hannah Lazicki, a mother of four from Gig Harbor dressed up as the Virgin Mary and held a swaddled baby Jesus in the rain as she and other protestors, who want the city to allow a Christmas nativity scene at Donkey Creek Park, sang Christmas carols in front of the Gig Harbor Civic Center Dec. 12.
Hannah Lazicki, a mother of four from Gig Harbor dressed up as the Virgin Mary and held a swaddled baby Jesus in the rain as she and other protestors, who want the city to allow a Christmas nativity scene at Donkey Creek Park, sang Christmas carols in front of the Gig Harbor Civic Center Dec. 12. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Hannah Lazicki, a mother of four from Gig Harbor dressed up as the Virgin Mary and held a swaddled baby Jesus in the rain as she and other protestors, who want the city to allow a Christmas nativity scene at Donkey Creek Park, sang Christmas carols in front of the Gig Harbor Civic Center Dec. 12. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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