Light show aids local holiday charity


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Terry Turner's house at 1112 E. McClarnon Drive in Greenfield is hard to miss. He has put up about 10,000 colorful lights. Hancock County Sheriff Mike Shepherd will be on site from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday to collect donations. The light show will benefit Shop with a Deputy, a holiday charity, and other department initiatives aimed at helping underprivileged families. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — The light display at Terry Turner’s Greenfield home is more than just a festive celebration of the holiday season – it’s Christmas for a cause.

Those passing by the house at 1112 E. McClarnon Drive this weekend will not only have a chance to enjoy a colorful light show set to music but will be able to embrace the giving spirit of the holiday season.

Donations will be collected outside the house from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday for the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department’s Shop with a Deputy program, which provides presents to underprivileged children at Christmastime.

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