Anaheim Lighthouse takes part in 25th Annual Nutcracker Christmas Tree Lighting Event

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Anaheim, California (December 06, 2019) – The Anaheim Lighthouse, a drug and alcohol recovery facility in Southern California is taking part in the 25th Annual Nutcracker Christmas Tree Lighting hosted by the City of Anaheim on Saturday, December 7, 2019.

Lighthouse community relations manager Tamara Jimenez said that the event is an amazing way to give back and underline its commitment towards community building.

“Each year, Anaheim Lighthouse participates in kicking off the holiday season in Downtown Anaheim at the Annual Nutcracker Christmas Tree Lighting & Holiday Shopping Village. This year will be no different. We will be there for the 25th annual celebration, surprising children with free toys in the spirit of the giving season,” said Jimenez.

The tree lighting ceremony is part of the annual holiday shopping village in Downtown Anaheim. It will be the finale to a day-long celebration that includes performances by the Anaheim Ballet and Anaheim Union High School Combined Choirs, an international food fair, and the Candy Canine costume contest.

Jocel Bibera, alumni relations coordinator of the Lighthouse, shared that the family activities during the tree lighting event makes it a perfect outing for Lighthouse alumni. The free family activities will include snow play areas, train rides, craft areas for kids, and free photographs with Santa Claus.

“We love any opportunity to get involved with our community and we are happy that events such as this are right here in our backyard. It’s a great way for our alumni members and their families to start the holiday season and get into the Christmas Spirit,” said Bibera.

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For more information about Anaheim Lighthouse, contact the company here:

Anaheim Lighthouse
Nikki Malone
(714) 384-3339
nmalone@lhtc.life
Anaheim Lighthouse
1320 W Pearl St,
Anaheim, CA 92801
(800) 736-9295

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