In Concord, North Carolina, Christmas is already felt specifically at Concord’s Palaside Drive. In this area of the town, there is a light show and Christmas tunes heard while the show is ongoing. This is not just for display because it is for a good cause – it will help some animals in need.
– A light show in Carolina hopes to raise money for doggos.
– The doggos from Griffin K9 Rescue will be benefited.
– The owners of the home for the light show has seven…
The show is called Fantetti Light Show and has been a staple in the community during the holidays. The light show is free however the organizers, David and Patty Fantetti, accept donations. They will give it to Griffin K9 Rescue after the holidays. The Fantettis actually have seven rescue dogs and have been hosting the light show for nine years now.
Griffin K9 Rescue gets doggos from shelters that have terrible conditions because of overcrowding. They also choose dogs that have been beaten, are sick, or were abandoned.
More on the light show, it starts every 6 P.M. and every show lasts 26 minutes. The show starts every 30 minutes.
Read more of the details from the amazing story by Adam Thompson at – https://www.independenttribune.com