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Brendlen’s Lowcountry Christmas Light Display & Benefit

Chelsea Malcuit Brendlen and her family puts on a huge Christmas light display in Ridgeland and collect donations for various charities every year. This year they are collecting for the family of Fire Fighter Stuart “Stuey” Hardy of the Burton Fire Department who died while on duty last fall. They are selling these red t-shirts for $15 each with all proceeds going to the Hardy family.

tshirtChelsea says, “We are a family of first responders. I was in dispatch and my daughter is a volunteer Fire Fighter and my son is a junior cadet. Being a first responder is very near and dear to our family, so it is with great honor that we dedicate our light display and donations to Stuart “Stuey” Hardy. Stuart left behind his wife and 3 young children when he passed away in September.”

If you are interested in buying a t-shirt, please contact Chelsea at the number listed below. And come out to see this amazing light display. Head for 1570 Driggers Lane in Ridgeland (GPS doesn’t always work, feel free to call for directions) and enjoy seeing over 80,000 lights on more than 90 different yard displays including: Santa playing basketball ~ A fishing scene with a jumping fish & frog ~ Toyland ~ Santa’s workshop ~ Nativity scene over 30’ long ~ Ice skaters ~ A four car train over 20’ long ~ Firetruck and police car and many more including lights that dance to the sounds of Christmas!! There is no charge for this display, but donations are welcome!

For more information on the Brendlen’s Lowcountry Christmas Light Display or on ordering t-shirts, please contact Chelsea at (843) 305-0141.

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