Brandywine residents, St. Augustine students take part in live Nativity scene


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Brandywine Living at Princeton celebrated the holiday season with a live Nativity performance entitled “The Angel’s Song” on Dec. 17. Residents of Brandywine, and two kindergarten classes from St. Augustine of Canterbury School in the Kendall Park section of South Brunswick, dressed up as shepherds, the Wise Men, angels, Mary and Joseph to tell the story of the first Christmas. The stage was set with live sheep, a llama and a donkey. The production concluded with the participants singing “Happy Birthday” to the newborn Jesus.

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