2012-12-15 / News

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Hebron’s Clark Griswold, better known as Nick Wildermuth, has outdone himself this year. He and his wife, Connie, added 28,000 lights to their Parks Avenue display. Now a total of 40,000 red, white, blue and green lights have been choreographed to 17 songs. Tune into 107.5 FM when you drive by. Take East Cumberland Street off South High Street to Parks Avenue. You can’t miss it. Nick and Connie are collecting non-perishable food donations for the Buckeye Lake LEADS food pantry starting Dec. 15. A computer, left, controls the lights and dozens of circuits. A separate 100 amp electrical service powers the lights. Beacon photos by Charles Prince. Hebron’s Clark Griswold, better known as Nick Wildermuth, has outdone himself this year. He and his wife, Connie, added 28,000 lights to their Parks Avenue display. Now a total of 40,000 red, white, blue and green lights have been choreographed to 17 songs. Tune into 107.5 FM when you drive by. Take East Cumberland Street off South High Street to Parks Avenue. You can’t miss it. Nick and Connie are collecting non-perishable food donations for the Buckeye Lake LEADS food pantry starting Dec. 15. A computer, left, controls the lights and dozens of circuits. A separate 100 amp electrical service powers the lights. Beacon photos by Charles Prince.

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