Right after Halloween, Jason Stark begins the process of creating a Christmas display of 30,000 computer-controlled LED lights synchronized to music broadcast on 87.9 FM.

While part of the effort is for family and friends, the Lights on Glen Cove collects canned, cash and check donations for the Muskego Food Pantry from visitors to the display.

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