Christmas light show sparkles, benefits little girl in need


Thousands of Christmas lights, set to music is all to raise money for a good cause.

A 150 thousand light display shines bright along Shermans Valley Road in Elliottsburg, Perry County.

Spectators can stop and watch, seven nights a week.

All of the money collected from the show’s sixth year will go to benefit a four-year-old-girl and her family.

"It started off with just trying to get a lot of lights to help my wife, because she liked it, and it won't from there to we can collect money to help somebody. And since then it has taken on an all new face,” says Kevin Kolak, inventor of the light show.

4-year-old Avielle Zerance was diagnosed with a liver disease at three-weeks old. After a transplant, she developed cancer.

For more information, you can head to donate to her cause, and learn more.

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