Hot spots for Christmas lights attract families


John Deer’s Christmas lights on Nov. 25

Driving from neighborhood to neighborhood looking at the Christmas lights brings joy to children’s eyes. There are two hotspot in town. John Deer has been doing Christmas lights along state road 37 for many years. The lights include a wide variety of that’s that include a gigantic cross that towers over the other lights, characters from the Grinch, anamils frim Noah’s Ark and many more.

“It’s my favorite spot because it’s so big. Ive gone to John Deer every year since I was younger,” senior Jasmine Hazelwood said.

The other hotspot is located in Harrison Lakes. The lights at this spot are smaller but always have a big crowd, blocking the streets. While sitting and watching the lights you can turn on the radio station that is on a sign in the front yard, and allows you to watch the lights go along with the radio.

“This is my favorite spot because It’s so unique. Plus I really like the fact that the radio links up with the flashing of the lights,” sophomore Madalyn Klepinger said.