List and Sell Your Equipment  /  Dealer Login  /  Create Account

Messick's Free Christmas Light Show Returns for Its 7th Year

Wed December 04, 2019 - Northeast Edition
Messick's



The show, which is free and open to the public, features a drive-up show full of tractors, lights and energy-filled Christmas music. The light show includes dozens of Kubota tractors and excavators that are integrated into the show by using the machine’s headlights as part of the display.

Messick's Equipment's 7th annual Christmas Light Show has opened. The show, which is free and open to the public, features a drive-up show full of tractors, lights and energy-filled Christmas music. Last year Messick's collected $45,368.40 of donations at the Christmas Light Show, bringing the 6-year total of donations raised to $212,712.02.

Messick's Christmas Light show features more than 70,000 Christmas lights choreographed to Christmas music that is broadcast to FM radio, which visitors can enjoy from their car. The light show includes dozens of Kubota tractors and excavators that are integrated into the show by using the machine's headlights as part of the display. Throughout the show, volunteers from Messick's will be collecting donations that benefit five local charities.

One hundred percent of the proceeds collected go to Mennonite Disaster Service, ECHOS (Elizabethtown Community Housing and Outreach Services), Paxton Ministries and the Water Street Rescue Mission.

Messick's Christmas Light Show run every evening from Dec. 6 through Dec. 30, from 6:00 - 9:30 p.m.

Messick's Farm Equipment is located at 187 Merts Drive, Elizabethtown, Pa 17022.

For more information, call 800/222-3373 or visit www.messicks.com.




Today's top stories

Is Your Equipment Fleet Ready for Winter?

Southway Rebuilding Historic Lexington Market in Downtown Baltimore

Volvo CE Boosted by Solid Growth Outside China in Q3

Manhattan Construction Earns AGC Award for $1.1B Globe Life Stadium Project

Four Heavy Equipment Dealerships Rebrand Under One New Name With New Logo

New Train Station in Coatesville, Pa., May Help Boost City West of Philadelphia

Taxpayers to Save Money in New Road Deal for Ga.'s Fort Gordon

La. Gov. Edwards, Lawmakers Sparring Over Superdome Renovations


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo