- Wed. 18 Dec, 2013 (6:00 pm - 9:00 pm) AHC events The 2013 season of A Hazelhurst Christmas animated lightshow is here. The show runs nightly Monday thru Thursday from 7 PM till 9 PM and Friday thru Sunday from 7 PM till 10 PM with a pre show from 6 PM till 7 PM
- Thu. 19 Dec, 2013 (6:00 pm - 9:00 pm) AHC events The 2013 season of A Hazelhurst Christmas animated lightshow is here. The show runs nightly Monday thru Thursday from 7 PM till 9 PM and Friday thru Sunday from 7 PM till 10 PM with a pre show from 6 PM till 7 PM
- Fri. 20 Dec, 2013 (6:00 pm - 9:00 pm) AHC events The 2013 season of A Hazelhurst Christmas animated lightshow is here. The show runs nightly Monday thru Thursday from 7 PM till 9 PM and Friday thru Sunday from 7 PM till 10 PM with a pre show from 6 PM till 7 PM
Monday blues? Cheer up with A Hazelhurst Christmas animated light show tonight at 7 PM http://t.co/5rDkVTXvrF for info.
Giving Hope this Holiday Season
The Salvation Army comes to Detroit The Salvation Army landed in the United States in 1880 and began serving Detroit in 1887. But just as the earliest soldiers of the Army had faced opposition in England, so too did the officers who established the work in Detroit. Their concern for the poor challenged the norm and shed light on social ills that others preferred to pretend did not exist. Not long after the first Salvationists assembled in the city, local government passed the Campus Ordinance, proclaiming, "No man may make a speech or blow a horn or beat a drum within one half-mile of city hall. As much of the Army's early work depended on street meetings designed to attract people in need of aid, the ruling was a major setback. But, Colonel Blanche Cox, who commanded The Salvation Army in Detroit, challenged the ordinance. Over a period of months she was arrested and brought before the court 12 times. Her sentence was suspended only once. She spent months in jail for disturbing the peace, but even as she did, a public outcry grew in her defense. Soon, The Detroit News, led by its founder, James H. Scripps, made The Salvation Army a front page issue. With support from community leaders, the law was repealed and The Salvation Army earned its right to serve those in need. (From the Salmich.org website)
A Hazelhurst Chirstmas has decide seek cash donations from it's viewers this holiday season to support the Royal Oak Salvation Army to provide support in the local community. That's right 100% of all donations received will stay right in the local community giving hope to those who need it most. Supporting the Salvation Army wasn't a hard decision for us, with all the programs the Salvation Army has to help those in need we knew we had to do our part so what better way than to use our Christmas display to help such a worthy cause.
So we hope you can stop by and see the show and if you can make a donation small or large we would like to say a big thank you, those who you will be helping would say the same.
Jeff and Kerrie -
We are proud to present the 2013 season of A Haazelhurst Christmas!
The show will be running nightly till January 3rd 2014 with the following schedule:
Monday thru Thursday the show will run from 7:00 PM till 9:00 PM with the exception of Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Years which will run from 6:30 PM till 10:00 PM.
Friday thru Sunday the show will run from 7:00 PM till 10:00 PM.
If there is bad weather such as rain or heavy snow the show will be cancelled you can check the website to see if there si going to be a show that night before heading out.
This year we have added a few new things to the display and we will have a few new songs by the next week we also have a new message sign.
More details to follow!
The 2013 season of A Hazelhurst Christmas is rapidly approaching and we will have some new display items and hopefully a new song or two. Lights should start going up just before Halloween and the show is scheduled to start Thanksgiving evening. We will have more updates as the show approaches so stay tuned!
The 2012 season of A Hazelhurst Christmas is over nad Kerrie and I would like to thank everyone who cam to see the show. I'll be working in the next few weeks to get some videos up from this year. We also beginning to make plans for next years show and if everything goes as planned it will be better than this year. Till next season, Jef and Kerrie
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