Editor:

I would like to express gratitude to the person(s) who were responsible for setting up our Nativity set after vandals knocked it over on New Year’s Eve. Some of the statues got broken, but whoever took the time to stand them up also tried to put some of the pieces back together. Baby Jesus even received new swaddling clothes.

We have been setting up this Nativity set for over 10 years in front of our dental office and this is the first time that something like this has happened.

Our Christmas lights to music display will no longer happen at our office. My husband Dr. Kirk has worked with the Town of Wickenburg to donate our equipment and move the display to the pedestrian bridge where it can be appreciated by many more people. The broadcast frequency is still 99.1 for those who don’t wish to get out of their cars. We look forward to working with the town over the years to come in the expansion and maintenance of their Christmas lights to music display.

Olivia Kirk

Wickenburg

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