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New vestry installed at Nativity

This is the new vestry, or governing board, of Episcopal Church of the Nativity, named Sunday, Jan. 13, at the Fayetteville parish’s annual meeting. From left are the Rev. Rita Henault, rector; Victoria Richburg, youth representative; Debbie Macdonald, senior warden; Marcia Meikle, continuing vestry member; Jason Richburg, new vestry member; Christopher Harper, continuing vestry member; and Fred Dennis and Vic Cornetto, both new vestry members. As the new senior warden and top lay officer of the parish, Macdonald succeeds Patricia D. Hamilton, whose vestry term has expired.. Photo/Special.

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