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The Fargo-Moorhead Sertoma Chapter began its holiday lights tour in 1998 here in Lindenwood Park. Several other Sertoma Clubs in the area have similar light shows during the holiday season. Many groups enjoy the Sertoma Lights, normally visible from just after Thanksgiving until New Year's Eve for a small fee.
Businesses pay an entry fee to set up in one of a growing number of spaces designated each season. All funds raised from vehicle travel through the display are donated locally to F-M charities.
Sertoma International is a volunteer civic service organization with 835 Clubs in the United States, Canada and Mexico and a membership of over 27,000 professional men and women. Sertoma stands for the high and noble SERvice TO MAnkind through communication of thoughts, ideas and concepts to accelerate human progress in health, education, freedom and democracy. Fargo's chapter was established in 1957 and seven charter members are still involved in group activites.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Walk with the Dead: Fargo's Riverside Cemetery
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