|Published:||Dec 15, 2011 4:12 PM EST|
|Updated:||Dec 15, 2011 4:20 PM EST|
BONITA SPRINGS, Fla.- A Bonita Springs family's Christmas cheer spreads beyond the seven thousand feet of wiring and hundreds of cords and millions of lights.
The Flesher family farm is once again decked out for the holidays as they open their home up to visitors all month long.
For most of the last twenty-five years, the family has welcomed in tens of thousands of guests to this Southwest Florida version of a winter wonderland.
They do it all for free, and only for donations, and in the Christmas Spirit they give those donations away.
This year, the family is hoping to raise money to help 20-year old Alex Rodriguez of Lehigh Acres.
He's been suffering from a neuromuscular disorder since he was two and the family wants to send him to Disney World.
You can see the lights every night for the rest of the month. The farm is on Bonita Grande Drive, east of I-75.
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