Wagga's multicultural communities all celebrate Christmas in varying way, but the day's general message remains the same

By Amelia Mills
Updated December 23 2015 - 4:51pm, first published 11:40am
BAHA'I: (Far back) Feizi Torabi and Ali Jaber, (middle) Nasrin Khalili, Shohrehtorabi and Bita Jaber, (left- bottow) Shah Khazei, Cherry Lindsay, Ferdows Khazei, (bottow right) Ryan Pourahmari, Homa Honarmand and Navid Pourahmari.
BAHA'I: (Far back) Feizi Torabi and Ali Jaber, (middle) Nasrin Khalili, Shohrehtorabi and Bita Jaber, (left- bottow) Shah Khazei, Cherry Lindsay, Ferdows Khazei, (bottow right) Ryan Pourahmari, Homa Honarmand and Navid Pourahmari.

While many Wagga families carve into a leg of ham at Christmas lunch this Friday, the city’s array of multicultural communities will be celebrating the festive season in different ways.

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