Reynolds Christmas display back for the 25th year

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FISHERS, Ind. – A popular holiday display in Hamilton County is back yet again this year, bigger than ever before.

The Reynolds Christmas light show is celebrating 25 years with more than 120 displays. Each year, thousands of people come to Fishers to see it.

For the past eight years, they have been collecting money and non-perishable food items for the Come To Me Food Pantry at the United Methodist Church in Fishers.

Organizers say the spare change they collect during the holiday season goes a long way in helping out those who need it most.

"It's not large gifts. It’s change out of an ashtray or a change purse or some dollar bills. Last year, it was over $28,000 that we collected which all went to purchasing meat, which we then handed out to our clients,” said the pantry's operation chief, Don Greenlee.

Organizers start assembling the display just days after Halloween.

The display is open every night, except Christmas, from 5 to 9 p.m. until New Year’s Day.

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