West Richland resident David Bergman has been turning on his Christmas light displays to benefit local charities for the last 5 years. This year, the designated organization is Mikey's Chance Canine Rescue.

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According to the post on Nextdoor:

Our Christmas light show starts at 5:30 pm and will run nightly to New Year’s Day. There are over 100,000 LED lights synchronized to music. Come see us at 4274 Northlake Dr in West Richland. We are accepting donations on behalf of Mikey’s Chance dog rescue.

The mission of Mikey's Chance is:

To provide a safe haven for dogs in desperate circumstances within our community and surrounding area. We rehome these dogs with families that are a good fit for the dog. We seek to serve the humans that come to us – both our adoptive families and the people who need help rehoming dogs – but our priority is to act as advocates for our dogs at every stage of the rescue and adoption process. We commit to our dogs for life!

Mikey's Chance is named for a big, friendly, black lab that was abandoned.

Please, if you're able, bring a donation for Mikey's Chance. Donation boxes are available for cash and food donations. You can make a monetary donation here.

Along with kids' favorites, fans of Christmas tunes and lights will get to enjoy an assortment of traditional and contemporary songs. The variety ranges from Silent Night to selections from Manheim Steamroller and more. The address is 4274 Northlake Drive in West Richland.

Credit: David Bergman
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