Once again, Travis Sandor and wife Kim are taking donations of food and toys for High River's Salvation Army.

Their house is all decked out with Christmas lights, displays and music for their 3rd annual Winter Blitz Donation Drive.

Sandor invites you to stop by his house to check out their display of about 4,000 lights.

"They'll be flashing to music and there's all kinds of different inflatables. There's about 4,000 lights on the house, and they're all dancing to music."

Donations of food or new or gently used toys are being accepted between 6 and 9 p.m.

"There's a bin outside that's emptied nightly, and it's just right adjacent to the sidewalk so people can drive up, listen to the lights and music and drop off their donations." 

They spent over 45 hours getting everything ready this year and Sandor reminds you to vote in this years' Light Up High River.

The fundraiser kicked off Wednesday Dec. 7th and runs until Dec. 20th with donations being dropped off on the 21st.

They won last year's contest, and their house is right across from Senator Riley middle school; you can't miss it.

some of the displays
Sandors love Christmas