Warwick family lights up neighborhood for charity

Warwick family lights up neighborhood for charity (WJAR)

A Warwick family is lighting up the Christmas season, and it's all for charity. The Lewis family has been lighting up their home on Shenandoah Road since 1996. It's entertaining for passers by, and Santa's even there for the kids.

"It really means a lot to give back to everybody and make their Christmas brighter," says 16 year old Everett Lewis, IV.

"I love seeing everyone in the community just get together for this. It's truly magical," adds Everett's sister, Allie.

People that visit the display are encouraged to donate what they can to The Autism Project. The money will be used to help send local autistic children to summer camp.

"We want to give back to the community," says Everett Lewis - the mastermind behind the display.

Technology is helping make this display truly unique. You go online, to http://vote.lewischristmas.com and select one of 25 Christmas songs to be played at any time with the light show set to it. You can also tune in to local radio station, 106.9 to hear the custom Christmas show.

If you missed it, and want to see it, the display will still be going on until December 31st.

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