The Sherman Woods neighborhood in Port Huron goes all out with their outdoor holiday decorations, and they’ve figured out how to leverage the popularity of their displays to help the community.
The Sherman Woods Homeowners Association just reported they raised $5,888 while bell-ringing in their neighborhood during the holiday season to support the Salvation Army.
They managed one of the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles, and accepted donations from visitors for six weekend evenings in December. They also had a special bell ringing event on Christmas Eve which raised more that $1,500.
Fred Kemp, President of the Sherman Woods Homeowners Association, said, “Once again this year, our residents and the visitors to our neighborhood stepped up and supported the Red Kettle Campaign in a big way.”
This is the neighborhood’s 6th year running the campaign and they have raised more than $27,000 for the Salvation Army.
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand