KINGSPORT, Tenn. - It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Festival of Trees in Kingsport.
There are more than 100 Christmas trees, wreaths, and quilts at Kingsport's Meadowview Convention Center.
All of it has been donated by businesses or individuals and will be auctioned off to benefit the program, Hope and Love Outreach (HALO).
HALO will use the money to buy Christmas presents and Christmas dinner for under-privileged children in the Tri-Cities.
"The kids that we work with, this is the only Christmas some of them will ever have and so we've been doing the Comfort and Joy Christmas Party," said Billy Arrington, with Lamp Light Theatre.
The display will be up until noon on Black Friday.
If you're unable to go see the display, you can donate to the program directly here.
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