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The Knights of Columbus from Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, started a program many years ago to get homeowners to display Nativity Scenes in their yards during the holidays to coordinate with the national KofC program called "Keep Christ in Christmas".   As part of their program in the beginning, they constructed by hand a freestanding wooden "Nativity Tree" which members of the council put on display in their own yards.   The response to them was amazing, followed by a huge request from people in the community to order their own display.   Realizing that they couldn't supply the demand because they were making them one at a time in a member's workshop,  they worked with a manufacturer to develop a new, high quality product to be used not only to keep up with the demand, but to use as fundraising opportunities for charitable organizations.

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Right to Life of Northeast Ohio is pleased to work with the Knights of Columbus to "Keep Christ in Christmas", and to be able to provide you with a beautiful yard display.  A portion of all sales will directly benefit Right to Life of Northeast Ohio.

In addition to the original design, beginning this year, 2-color designs utilizing 1/2" high impact resistant polymer are available.  All the beauty and color of wood without the hassle. The patented high impact resistant polymer sheet with multiple layers of contrasting colors will not warp, rot or delaminate.  Designed originally for outdoor signage, marine, playground and recreational applications, it can handle more abuse than conventional sign materials.  Rugged...yet beautiful.

 

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Help us save a life while keeping Christ in Christmas.  
Every nativity scene purchased supports
Right to Life of Northeast Ohio!
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For pricing and ordering information, click here.
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