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by:SEEKING     2020-06-15
Marco and Sandy Pereira are not afraid to add code.
In the winter of 2017, after attracting residents from the whole city to their home for their synchronized light show, they will be on holiday
Theme Song, Pereiras is getting better and better this year.
But added crawling ice and singing light bulbs to the home at 38 California Road.
In addition to increasing their Christmas playlist to 13 songs, this is not the only extension of this year\'s night show --
Pereiras decided to use
More and more people are raising money for families in need.
After Amy and Josh Cavill had to buy an accessible van to transport their two sons Caleb and Liam --
All of them suffer from Dushi muscular malnutrition.
Pereiras took immediate action in the hope of raising as much money as possible to help offset household costs.
According to Sandy, the price of the van is $65,000 because the Knight has to buy a van and customize it according to their needs.
Du\'s muscular malnutrition (DMD)
The most common form of the disease is that mutant genes interfere with the production of the protein needed to form healthy muscles, resulting in gradual weakness and loss of muscle mass.
Mental illness mainly affects boys, and some of the boys diagnosed do not have a family history of the disease.
The decision to help the family is easy for the pereans as they have laid the foundation for Marco to make his first light show last year.
The monitor itself has been in production for two years, and Marco bought as many strings of light as possible, working feverishly on his computer, keeping the lights in sync with the beats of each song.
Enter the vehicle through the 88 radio channel.
5 FM, Marco spent days, weeks and months perfecting his flashing masterpiece.
Sandy said: \"He\'s already saying, \'Once Christmas is over and all the lights are on sale, I\'m done. \'\"Added that over the years, they spent $25,000 to get the display to that point --
This is not a problem though.
\"A lot of people can\'t afford to do a lot of Christmas things with their families, single parents, and when it comes to Christmas, the light show gives them something to look forward; a free event.
Sandy highlighted the free factor because people don\'t have to pay for watching Christmas lights and people can refuse to donate.
But from 5: 15 p. m. m. to 10 p. m.
Working days, from the same start time to around 11. m.
Over the weekend, her daughters will knock on the window and ask for any size of candy to be donated.
\"We didn\'t put pressure on anyone, we just wanted them to enjoy the lights.
But also to consider the family.
It\'s important, \"she said.
\"We do this because we want to help someone in the community.
My husband worked very hard to make this beautiful light show, why don\'t we if we can give some help to others?
Sandy can\'t deny that social media and word of mouth have a lot of buzz about the show.
\"Sometimes the streets are full and people are waiting,\" she said . \" She pointed out that there were old people on buses packed with lights in front of them.
Pereiras is not sure how much money they have raised so far as they are working on many fundraising channels.
In addition to cash donations, they also receive donations via Facebook and email
Help with home @ gmail transfer. com.
Their goal is to show the Cavaliers a check of $5,000 on Christmas Day with a higher bonus.
Sandy hopes to spread the information displayed further.
People don\'t need to worry about the fuss of her neighbors as they are also on board.
She added that people were also polite to others when they stopped to watch the exhibition.
\"There was never any problem with the car that drove through.
\"There was no fight, no police, we were fine,\" she said with a smile . \".
There is also a GoFundMe page where people can donate money on www. gofundme. com/kaleb-and-liams-accessible-van;
The goal for GoFundMe is $65,000.
Marco and Sandy Pereira are not afraid to add code.
In the winter of 2017, after attracting residents from the whole city to their home for their synchronized light show, they will be on holiday
Theme Song, Pereiras is getting better and better this year.
But added crawling ice and singing light bulbs to the home at 38 California Road.
In addition to increasing their Christmas playlist to 13 songs, this is not the only extension of this year\'s night show --
Pereiras decided to use
More and more people are raising money for families in need.
After Amy and Josh Cavill had to buy an accessible van to transport their two sons Caleb and Liam --
All of them suffer from Dushi muscular malnutrition.
Pereiras took immediate action in the hope of raising as much money as possible to help offset household costs.
According to Sandy, the price of the van is $65,000 because the Knight has to buy a van and customize it according to their needs.
Du\'s muscular malnutrition (DMD)
The most common form of the disease is that mutant genes interfere with the production of the protein needed to form healthy muscles, resulting in gradual weakness and loss of muscle mass.
Mental illness mainly affects boys, and some of the boys diagnosed do not have a family history of the disease.
The decision to help the family is easy for the pereans as they have laid the foundation for Marco to make his first light show last year.
The monitor itself has been in production for two years, and Marco bought as many strings of light as possible, working feverishly on his computer, keeping the lights in sync with the beats of each song.
Enter the vehicle through the 88 radio channel.
5 FM, Marco spent days, weeks and months perfecting his flashing masterpiece.
Sandy said: \"He\'s already saying, \'Once Christmas is over and all the lights are on sale, I\'m done. \'\"Added that over the years, they spent $25,000 to get the display to that point --
This is not a problem though.
\"A lot of people can\'t afford to do a lot of Christmas things with their families, single parents, and when it comes to Christmas, the light show gives them something to look forward; a free event.
Sandy highlighted the free factor because people don\'t have to pay for watching Christmas lights and people can refuse to donate.
But from 5: 15 p. m. m. to 10 p. m.
Working days, from the same start time to around 11. m.
Over the weekend, her daughters will knock on the window and ask for any size of candy to be donated.
\"We didn\'t put pressure on anyone, we just wanted them to enjoy the lights.
But also to consider the family.
It\'s important, \"she said.
\"We do this because we want to help someone in the community.
My husband worked very hard to make this beautiful light show, why don\'t we if we can give some help to others?
Sandy can\'t deny that social media and word of mouth have a lot of buzz about the show.
\"Sometimes the streets are full and people are waiting,\" she said . \" She pointed out that there were old people on buses packed with lights in front of them.
Pereiras is not sure how much money they have raised so far as they are working on many fundraising channels.
In addition to cash donations, they also receive donations via Facebook and email
Help with home @ gmail transfer. com.
Their goal is to show the Cavaliers a check of $5,000 on Christmas Day with a higher bonus.
Sandy hopes to spread the information displayed further.
People don\'t need to worry about the fuss of her neighbors as they are also on board.
She added that people were also polite to others when they stopped to watch the exhibition.
\"There was never any problem with the car that drove through.
\"There was no fight, no police, we were fine,\" she said with a smile . \".
There is also a GoFundMe page where people can donate money on www. gofundme. com/kaleb-and-liams-accessible-van;
The goal for GoFundMe is $65,000.
Marco and Sandy Pereira are not afraid to add code.
In the winter of 2017, after attracting residents from the whole city to their home for their synchronized light show, they will be on holiday
Theme Song, Pereiras is getting better and better this year.
But added crawling ice and singing light bulbs to the home at 38 California Road.
In addition to increasing their Christmas playlist to 13 songs, this is not the only extension of this year\'s night show --
Pereiras decided to use
More and more people are raising money for families in need.
After Amy and Josh Cavill had to buy an accessible van to transport their two sons Caleb and Liam --
All of them suffer from Dushi muscular malnutrition.
Pereiras took immediate action in the hope of raising as much money as possible to help offset household costs.
According to Sandy, the price of the van is $65,000 because the Knight has to buy a van and customize it according to their needs.
Du\'s muscular malnutrition (DMD)
The most common form of the disease is that mutant genes interfere with the production of the protein needed to form healthy muscles, resulting in gradual weakness and loss of muscle mass.
Mental illness mainly affects boys, and some of the boys diagnosed do not have a family history of the disease.
The decision to help the family is easy for the pereans as they have laid the foundation for Marco to make his first light show last year.
The monitor itself has been in production for two years, and Marco bought as many strings of light as possible, working feverishly on his computer, keeping the lights in sync with the beats of each song.
Enter the vehicle through the 88 radio channel.
5 FM, Marco spent days, weeks and months perfecting his flashing masterpiece.
Sandy said: \"He\'s already saying, \'Once Christmas is over and all the lights are on sale, I\'m done. \'\"Added that over the years, they spent $25,000 to get the display to that point --
This is not a problem though.
\"A lot of people can\'t afford to do a lot of Christmas things with their families, single parents, and when it comes to Christmas, the light show gives them something to look forward; a free event.
Sandy highlighted the free factor because people don\'t have to pay for watching Christmas lights and people can refuse to donate.
But from 5: 15 p. m. m. to 10 p. m.
Working days, from the same start time to around 11. m.
Over the weekend, her daughters will knock on the window and ask for any size of candy to be donated.
\"We didn\'t put pressure on anyone, we just wanted them to enjoy the lights.
But also to consider the family.
It\'s important, \"she said.
\"We do this because we want to help someone in the community.
My husband worked very hard to make this beautiful light show, why don\'t we if we can give some help to others?
Sandy can\'t deny that social media and word of mouth have a lot of buzz about the show.
\"Sometimes the streets are full and people are waiting,\" she said . \" She pointed out that there were old people on buses packed with lights in front of them.
Pereiras is not sure how much money they have raised so far as they are working on many fundraising channels.
In addition to cash donations, they also receive donations via Facebook and email
Help with home @ gmail transfer. com.
Their goal is to show the Cavaliers a check of $5,000 on Christmas Day with a higher bonus.
Sandy hopes to spread the information displayed further.
People don\'t need to worry about the fuss of her neighbors as they are also on board.
She added that people were also polite to others when they stopped to watch the exhibition.
\"There was never any problem with the car that drove through.
\"There was no fight, no police, we were fine,\" she said with a smile . \".
There is also a GoFundMe page where people can donate money on www. gofundme. com/kaleb-and-liams-accessible-van;
The goal for GoFundMe is $65,000.
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