The Dilgers — including siblings Claire, 10, left, Joseph, 8, and Grace, 6, — checked out the light display at Fire Station 20 at Harrodsburg Road and Arrowhead Drive last week. The display has grown each year since it started in 2006. To save energy, firefighters mostly use LED lights.
The Dilgers — including siblings Claire, 10, left, Joseph, 8, and Grace, 6, — checked out the light display at Fire Station 20 at Harrodsburg Road and Arrowhead Drive last week. The display has grown each year since it started in 2006. To save energy, firefighters mostly use LED lights.
The Dilgers — including siblings Claire, 10, left, Joseph, 8, and Grace, 6, — checked out the light display at Fire Station 20 at Harrodsburg Road and Arrowhead Drive last week. The display has grown each year since it started in 2006. To save energy, firefighters mostly use LED lights.

Lexington fire station puts up lights as a show of appreciation

December 20, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 20, 2010 05:56 AM

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