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DeSario Christmas Lights
Toronto

DeSario Christmas Lights Display

Every Christmas Season since 1999 Pat and Amatore De Sario have put up a labour of love : A magnificent display of Christmas Lights.  Brought on by the illness of their 8 year old daughter who was in and out of Toronto's SickKids Hospital till she turned 18, a donation is made every year that pays tribute to the kindness and caring of the institution.  The donation comes from the kindness of many strangers who come to view one of the best Christmas Lights display in the Toronto area.  As of 2009, over $55,000 has been raised for The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto.

All are welcome!

http://www.insidetoronto.com/news/local/article/247555

http://www.sickkids.ca

Copyright: Robert snache
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上传: 04/12/2011
更新: 26/08/2014
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