The Loopateers of 2019 want to inform all of our residents, visitors, supporters and volunteers that the Loop of Lights is currently under attack by a single resident who has threatened a law suit if we do not obtain a permit from Pinal County. For the past 12 years, the Loop of Lights has been a way for the neighbors to come together for a common purpose and share their love of Christmas with others. This has always been enjoyed (free of charge) by people from near and far who can safely walk through our streets and see our light displays all while enjoying a visit with Santa, a free cup of hot cocoa or a bag of popcorn, while basking in the Spirit of Christmas.
The residents throughout the Loop of Lights spend countless dollars, hard work and time each year decorating their homes and giving back to the community. For 24 days out of the year, the residents of the Loop not only do this for the public to enjoy, but also for their own children and families who are proud to live here.
It should be noted that the Loop of Lights does not have an operating budget as we are unfunded, and all donations received throughout the Loop are given directly to a charity of choice for that year.
The Loop of Lights is not a corporation and all the residents throughout the Loop donate their time and energy towards community togetherness.
We are diligently working as hard as we can in order to financially and administratively fulfill the requirements that this one resident is forcefully demanding of us with the Pinal County Event Department. We are working hard to ensure this time honored tradition continues, as we will not stop decorating our homes, and allow one person to stifle what many people have come to love and look forward to each December. Thank you all for your understanding in this matter.
The Loop of Lights Loopateers are graciously accepting donations this 2019 season for Fisher House. For more than 25 years, the Fisher House program has provided “a home away from home” for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers. These homes offer free, temporary lodging to military and veterans’ families, allowing them to be close to their loved one during a medical crisis and focus on what’s important—the healing process.
Donation boxes will be located at the various booths along The Loop. Fisher House is in need of CANNED GOODS and NONPERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS, new and unopened SLIPPER SOCKS, FLIP FLOPS (all sizes), TOOTHBRUSHES/TOOTHPASTES, CHAPSTICKS and WALMART/FRYS gift cards.
Cash donations will also be collected at the "AIR FRESHENER" house located on N. Carolina Ave.
If you are interested in participating in the 2019 Loop of Lights Parade, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Loop of Lights Parade will begin at 6pm on December 14th. The parade route will begin at Ellsworth Elementary School, proceed down Carolina, continue thru the Loop of Lights streets and exit on Rusty.
Walking the Loop has been a tradition for many families throughout the years. Please come and enjoy the lighting displays and allow our community to help enhance your holiday season.
The Loop of Lights "Loopateers" are already planning 2019's festivity. Stay tuned here for updates and sneak peaks!
Parking and driving through the Loop is reserved for residents, the elderly and the handicapped. Guests of the Loop may park at Ellsworth Elementary School (limited) as well as locations along Pecan Drive and adjoining streets.
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December 1st through December 25th