Candy Cane Lane raises $2,500 for MACC Fund on night one
WEST ALLIS, Wis. (CBS 58) --- Candy Cane Lane is back this year despite the ongoing coronavirus virus. On night one on Friday, Nov. 27, they raised another $2,500 for the MACC Fund, adding to the nearly $3 million dollars they have already raised.
This is Candy Cane Lane's 35th year.
More than 100 homes between 92nd and 96th streets and Oklahoma and Montana have been decked out in Christmas decorations for people to enjoy.
It is free, but donations to the MACC Fund are appreciated.
The MACC Fund raises money to fight childhood cancer.
"Tonight, and even this year more so, it's a great opportunity for families to et out and experience something together to enjoy the lights and have a chance to give back to communities and families in need," Vice President of Retail Banking at North Shore Bank Craig Witz said.
You can walk or drive through Candy Cane Lane.