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Horton luminaries set for Sunday

(KNZA)--The 28th annual Horton Christmas Luminaries will be held Sunday evening.

The event, being put on by the South Brown County Ministerial Association, will take place from 5:30 to 7:30.

The Luminaries transform ten city blocks into living, dramatic scenes of the life of Christ. Men, women and children of the Ministerial Association churches take their places as Bible characters in a setting of live animals, colorful props, costumes and music. 1,300 glowing candles outline the route from scene to scene.

The event draws hundreds of people each year. A shuttle bus, which has been added to help with traffic flow, may be boarded at no charge at Jim's Thriftway located at 240 East 15 th Street. The shuttle bus is provided by the Horton First United Methodist Church.

A free-will donation may be dropped in a receptacle at the end of the route to support the South Brown County Ministerial Association benevolence outreach.

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