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Posted December 10, 2014 in Des Moines West, Web Exclusives, West Des Moines

West Des Moines, IA—The 11th annual No Room at the Inn Nativity display, held December 5-7 at Valley United Methodist Church, raised over just $3,000 for Greater Des Moines Habitat for Humanity.

The event attracted 994 visitors from around the state who viewed over 378 uniquely displayed nativity sets. Among them were one made of nails, one made of cow’s horns, one made of bamboo, one made of banana leaves, a set of Hummel figures (rare and expensive), several stained glass sets, and one made of olive wood from Jerusalem.

There were many first-time visitors to this event. Others were visiting again, making visits to No Room at the Inn an annual Christmas tradition for their families.

For more information about Valley United Methodist church, please visit

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