LUBBOCK, TX - Many families are planning their routes for Trick or Treating tonight, and there is one house here in the Hub City going above and beyond for the kids.
For nine years, Michelle Harger and her husband have been lighting up their neighborhood on Halloween. Her yard has inflatables, animated decorations, window decorations and so much more.
Her yard even won an award from the Heart of Lubbock Neighborhood Association. This year, they have about 50 pounds of candy to pass out to all the trick or treaters.
"I want parents to bring their kids and know that it is a safe place for them to come," Harger said.
Harger said her grandkids live in Houston and they decorate the house to bring other families closer together.
"We don't get to do Halloween with our own grandkids, so if we can do it for other kids that is just as much of a joy," Harger said.
It's not just Halloween they go all out for, Harger said when the Halloween decorations come down Christmas decorations go up. She does not plan on stopping the decorations anytime soon.
"I want to continue it as long as I'm living and breathing and add a little bit more every year," Harger said.
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