Ron and Linda Turner stood on the main staircase of their home that they have had decorated to the nines. The Turners are opening up their home for the first time to the public as a fundraiser to benefit The Foster Care Council of Lexington. For many years the house has attracted drive-by admirers around the holidays because of its thousands of lights and outdoor decorations.
Ron and Linda Turner stood on the main staircase of their home that they have had decorated to the nines. The Turners are opening up their home for the first time to the public as a fundraiser to benefit The Foster Care Council of Lexington. For many years the house has attracted drive-by admirers around the holidays because of its thousands of lights and outdoor decorations. Herald-Leader
Ron and Linda Turner stood on the main staircase of their home that they have had decorated to the nines. The Turners are opening up their home for the first time to the public as a fundraiser to benefit The Foster Care Council of Lexington. For many years the house has attracted drive-by admirers around the holidays because of its thousands of lights and outdoor decorations. Herald-Leader

Chinoe Christmas lights return; house to open for public tours

November 30, 2012 04:18 PM

UPDATED December 06, 2012 08:21 AM

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