Many of you have heard my name or seen my face multiple times a year for the last 10 years at least for one reason or another associated with Rotary Lights. I have been in charge of the website for years...this has been good and bad. I enjoy working on it and being a voice but never really felt that the pages were the right place for my voice. A place to share some inside scoop or information that really shouldn't be on general information page long term. This year we made the change to a company that uses Weebly which is VERY user friendly and has given me the gift of a place for my voice via a blog so ta-da!
I have been with Rotary Lights since Novemeber 4, 1998 and a member of the Steering Committee since 1999, so I am not apart of the group that started this wonderful project but I have been around awhile. While I plan to share some stuff about Andy and I and our family, my vision for this blog is to showcase events and people along with history and information.
As a note I want to forewarn you that I am not a professional writer. I am going to write just as though I am talking to you so please excuse any grammer or punctuation errors as this is my voice.
More than 4,000,000 lights illuminate La Crosse’s Riverside Park. Among the splendor is a 140- foot Christmas tree, and animated light displays fill the park. Live nativity presentation on weekends until Christmas. Santa is here until Christmas Eve.
Nearly 300,000 visitors per year enjoy this holiday tradition while driving, walking or taking a carriage ride through Riverside Park.