A: You don't need a bright star to find Bethlehem. Just follow the line of folks who drive to the small Barrow County town every December to give their Christmas cards a special seasonal postmark. The Bethlehem post office began adorning Christmas cards on the day after Thanksgiving this year, continuing its long tradition of stamping "Greetings from Bethlehem" on them. The town's website says a record 294,161 letters came through the little office in 2009, but a postal worker said they did around 100,000 last year and this year's rush had started slowly. Bethlehem likely was named after the local Bethlehem Methodist Church, which dates to the late 18th century, and goes all out with the Christmas theme. Its streets are an homage to the nativity story, carrying names like Mary Avenue, Joseph Street, Manger Avenue and Star Street, and there's a live nativity pageant every December. If you go, you can't miss the post office. It's on Christmas Avenue.
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