LA CROSSE, WI(WXOW)—Rotary Lights volunteers began the process of taking down the display atRiverside Park today.
The Board of Directors said they arepleased with the number of donations they received this year.
We don't know how much food wascollected.
But the board said they have atleast met last year's amount.
It takes them six weeks to set upthe lights and about four days to tear them down.
"That's justbringing it into the building and then there's sorting it out and puttingthings on shelves and getting it out of the way."
If you're looking to discard somelights of your own, Rotary Lights will recycle those old lights for you.
You candrop them off at the bins under the statue in Riverside Parkor at the Rotary Lights building on Market Street.
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