MTN News- A 17 year old has created a free Christmas light show for the Helena Community. In return, he asks for donations to God’s Love and for people to enjoy the experience.
Thomas Reguin is home schooled and for the third Christmas in a row he brightens the holiday season with a musical light show. He taught himself how to use a computer program that controls 28,000 lights and coordinates the show to music.
“It is a lot of fun because you can never really stop coming up with ideas. just to see the smiles on people’s faces. You never know what they might be going through” said light show creator Thomas Reguin.
The show is free and all he asks in return is donations to God’s Love to help the homeless.
“I have always been taught to help when you can. God’s love seemed to be the one that was reaching out the most to the community. ” said Thomas.
When you drive up to Thomas Reguin’s home you will be greeted by Thomas and handed a brochure explaining what God’s Love does and that he is accepting material and financial donations.
“When you pull up to Thomas’s house all you have to do is tune the radio to 88.1. Turn up the volume and enjoy the show.” said reporter Sara Stinson.
This year his goal is to raise $2,000 for the non-profit God’s Love.
For more information on how you can donate or want to check out the Light show by Thomas, please visit the following links:
MTN News-Reported by: Sara Stinson