Friday, November 16, 2012

Whetstone Lights Christmas Show Benefits DFW Rescue Me

Inspired by a Christmas light display that his children encouraged him to see, Bret LeFevre decided in 2005 that he wanted to create a spectacular Christmas light show that his children, neighborhood, and community could enjoy.

Six years later, the Whetstone Lights Christmas Show is even bigger and brighter. “I met a group of people who do their own Christmas light shows every year and they encourage people who view the lights to make a donation to a local charity,” said LeFevre. “My wife and I are strong supporters of local animal rescue groups and have been partnering with animal rescue groups ever since.” And this year, the Whetstone Lights Christmas Show is proud to announce their partnership with DFW Rescue Me. Why? “Justice. Plain and simple,” said Lisa, Bret’s wife. “We love the work they are doing to prosecute those who harm animals as well as their community outreach program to educate children and communities about animal abuse.”

The LeFevres not only talk the talk – they also walk the walk. They have two rescue dogs that both were just hours away from being euthanized. They appreciate the work that DFW Rescue Me has done in the community, along with their efforts and pro-active work in the community.

This year’s show debuts November 23 – Black Friday. The LeFevres have a mailbox in the front of their house at 2704 Whetstone Drive in Corinth. They are asking all who cruise by and watch the lights to make a donation that will go directly – 100% - to DFW Rescue Me. Bret and Lisa incur all the costs for the lightshow and also contribute their personal funds to DFW Rescue Me.  Check out their Facebook page  for regular updates.

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