Henderson County woman recycles Christmas lights for a cause

Victoria Cambron started the first Christmas Lights Recycling Project over five years ago in order to keep unwanted lights and wires out of the landfills and turn trash to cash for non-profits.

She has issued a call to the community to help continue the project by turning in broken, outdated, or simply unwanted lights instead of throwing them away in the garbage.

This year all proceeds from the recycling will go to St. Gerard House and Flat Rock Playhouse.

In order to participate, bring lights to:

The Flat Rock Playhouse box office or

St. Gerard House.

About Able Allen
Able studied political science and history at Warren Wilson College. He enjoys travel, dance, games, theater, blacksmithing and the great outdoors. Follow me @AbleLAllen

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