Bright idea nets hospital $7,910
Darryl Lambert of Georgetown, Ontario has been declared Canada’s Most Outrageous Holiday Home Decorator after a nation-wide search by website OutrageousLights.ca.
Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music.
Check out there website: http://www.lambertslights.com
As a result of their month-long holiday light display, the Lambert family on Johnson Crescent in Georgetown collected a total of $7,910 from people dropping donations in the collection box in front of the house as they passed by to enjoy the show. The family recently made a presentation of the collected funds to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. On hand for the presentation were (from left) Darryl, Ryan, Hayley and Kathy Lambert and Georgetown Hospital Foundation Executive Director K.C. Carruthers.
If you get some free time, I recommend you take the drive to see this in person. Truly an amazing display of lights, and a remarkable feat for this georgetown family. Leave a donation as it's for a wonderful cause.