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One night left for grand Fall City light show at the 'White House'

There's just one evening left for a grand holiday light show at the "White House," home to Thomas and Nancy White and family, in Fall City.

The Whites set up a synchronized light show that plays every half hour on the half hour from 5 to 10 p.m. Lights play to four different Christmas songs, and the show runs a little more than 13 minutes. The show can be heard on the radio, 87.7 FM.

The owners suggest donation of a non-perishable food item to the Fall City  Community Food Pantry. Items can be dropped off at The Farm House Market, Creative Business Advantage and the Fall  City United Methodist Church, or at The Ridge IGA Supermarket in Snoqualmie. Visit for more donation information.



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