Brand New Holiday Tradition Will Support Inner City Youth Non-Profit, Franktown Open Hearts
Nashville, Tenn. (Nov. 7, 2018) - Franktown Festival of Lights, Williamson County’s only drive-thru light display featuring a full mile of holiday illumination, will be unwrapped for the first time this holiday season. The month plus long dazzling light display will kick off on Nov. 22 and run through Dec. 29, offering daily viewings of the light spectacle from 6-10 p.m. CST. Conveniently located at the Williamson County Ag Center, the affordable $25 per car will help support Franktown Open Hearts, a local organization serving inner city youth and their families. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the gate. More informations is available at www.FranktownLights.com.
Currently working with over 150 inner city youth ages 8-18, Franktown Open Hearts extends academic assistance, mentoring, nutrition, recreation and vocational training. In an effort to further serve the families, they serve multiple meals every week, while also providing transportation. Founded in 2005, Franktown Open Hearts aims to inspire, empower, and equip at-risk youth in Franklin.
Franktown Festival of Lights 2019 is made possible by the generosity of Christmas Lights Etc., Lee Company, Mix 92.9, News 2, Nice Branding Agency and Sunbelt Rentals.
About Franktown Open Hearts:
Franktown Open Hearts is a non-profit organization serving Williamson County's inner-city youth. Its goal is to bring physical and spiritual hope to low-income youth within its community by instilling in them critical life skills. Franktown provides academic assistance, mentoring, recreation and spiritual growth opportunities for school-age children (elementary through high school) in the form of daily educational and vocational classes.
Franktown Open Hearts meets six days a week throughout the school year, and supplies transportation to and from its programs, as well as a hot meal each night. In addition to its regular programming of weekly courses, it provides vocational training and college application assistance, which is a key service within its organization.
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