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Light display may be wacky and tacky, but it raises money for a good cause



When his mother-in-law gave him a stash of Christmas lights not long after he and his wife, Marie, married, James Smith wasn’t sure what he was going to do with all of them.

“There were boxes of decorations,” he said.

It seemed like so many when all they had was a small townhouse. A few years...

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