Darrel Moyer, the Cleona man who took up Frank Weihrauch Jr’s Christmas lights tradition, has a favor to ask.

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Will you be trick-or-treating in the Annville-Cleona area? Or want to give your kids a special Halloween experience before the main event? Moyer reached out to LebTown with hopes it’d help promote his Halloween Display, returning this year to his 117 W. Penn Ave. home in Cleona.

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“This year’s Halloween Display features over 1,000 lights and a variety of decorations,” said Moyer in an email to LebTown. The display will be up through Trick-or-Treat, after which Moyer’s focus turns to Christmas.

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“Work has already started for the 2020 Christmas Display and I look forward to sharing that with the entire community later on in November,” said Moyer.

Still not convinced? Check out Moyer’s photos and a video preview of the Halloween spectacle below.

If you go…
Moyer Halloween Display
117 W. Penn Ave. in Cleona
Nightly from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. through Trick-or-Treat (Oct. 29)

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