Lawrence Lights - Making Spirits Bright Bigger & Better in 2022Create a new holiday tradition with a tour of Lawrence Lights - Making Spirits Bright! We have doubled the light show for 2022! Lawrence's drive-through holiday wonderland of synchronized lights and lighted displays, hosted at the Youth Sports Complex in southwest Lawrence (K-10 and Wakarusa/27th Street).If you're unable to pay but would like to attend Lawrence Lights - Making Spirits Bright, please send your request by email to email@example.com, with "Lawrence Lights Scholarship Request" in the email subject line. Also, please include your name and email address. Your request will be processed as quickly as possible. In the News Town Talk article about Lawrence Lights: Making Spirits Bright Press release announcing Lawrence Lights: Making Spirits Bright Sponsorship form: become a sponsor Benefitting For the last twenty years the SERTOMA (Service to Mankind) Club has focused on providing funding for the Sertoma-SchiefelbuschCommunication Camp. The camp provides a safe and educational environment for childrenwith and without communication difficulties.The SERTOMA (Service to Mankind) Club has served the Lawrence community for over 90years (chartered in 1929), and they are proud to state that 100% of monies raised go back to the community. SERTOMA has fundedeverything from ballpark lights to gazebos to flag poles to hearing “loops”.SERTOMA return 100% of fundraising monies to the community. Benefitting The Lawrence Board of REALTORS® (LBOR) Community Foundation supports local charitable programs that help to stabilize housing and households in Douglas County. As the charitable arm of the Lawrence Board of REALTORS® (LBOR), the LBOR Community Foundation was founded in July of 2018.In this short time the LBOR Community Foundation has awarded over $122,000 to fund local charitable organizations with programs to stabilize vulnerable households in our community, and for disaster relief and housing assistance directly to those impacted by the tornado that hit Douglas County in May of 2019. The foundation returns 100% of fundraising proceeds to grant recipients in Lawrence & Douglas County. Benefitting The Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department Wee Folks Scholarship Fund guarantees youth the opportunity to participate in departmentactivities and programs regardless of economic condition and ensures theirparticipation in activities that have a positive impact on their personal development.We’re grateful for this partnership with the City of Lawrence Parks & Recreation Department. Their partnership makes it possible to host Lawrence Lights: Making Spirits Bright at the Youth Sports Complex in southwest Lawrence. The SERTOMA Club of Lawrence, the LBOR Community Foundation, and the City of Lawrence Parks & Recreation Department are so pleased to offer Lawrence Lights, and we’re working hard to “Make Spirits Bright” in our community.