An outdoor Nativity scene greets visitors and takes on a coastal Mississippi backdrop, with Bayou Bernard in the background, at the home of Cindy and Chris Cooper in Gulfport. The home, at 22 Hancock Place, is part of the Gulfport Civic League’s 55th Tour of Homes on Dec. 4.
An outdoor Nativity scene greets visitors and takes on a coastal Mississippi backdrop, with Bayou Bernard in the background, at the home of Cindy and Chris Cooper in Gulfport. The home, at 22 Hancock Place, is part of the Gulfport Civic League’s 55th Tour of Homes on Dec. 4. Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com
An outdoor Nativity scene greets visitors and takes on a coastal Mississippi backdrop, with Bayou Bernard in the background, at the home of Cindy and Chris Cooper in Gulfport. The home, at 22 Hancock Place, is part of the Gulfport Civic League’s 55th Tour of Homes on Dec. 4. Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com

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