Christmas Carol Flash Mob: Join Us Wednesday Night In Rocklin And #BeTheGood

It’s our first-ever attempt at a Christmas Carol “flash mob” (and it’s for a great reason)

By kncitom on December 10, 2019

For 25 years, the house at 5033 Concord Road in Rocklin (near Granite Oaks Middle School on Park) was known as “The Griswold House”. The man who lives there, Ron Lind, has always loved this time of year and loved seeing people enjoy his extensive, Clark Griswold-like light display.

Unfortunately Mr. Lind has cancer now, and it may his last Christmas. His daughter, Mandy Fletcher, and her brother hung the lights this year, and they posted on Rocklin’s community Facebook page to encourage anyone who would like, to come by his house this season. She says he sits in front of the window of his home in the evening and loves seeing people driving or walking by, enjoying the display. 

So, let’s do it! Be a part of our “Christmas Carol Flash Mob” Wednesday night, 6:30, in front of Mr. Lind’s house. We’ve gotten the approval from his family. The plan is to show up, sing 3 quick Christmas songs (including Silent Night, his favorite) and then be on our way. Won’t take more than 15 or 20 minutes, but the memory and joy it creates could last well into the new year. Just look for the KNCI van when you get there.

Unlike other KNCI #BeTheGood events, you do not need to register for this. We’re keeping it informal. If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email, Otherwise, we’ll see you Wednesday night!

(PS he reportedly loves peanut M&Ms, peanut butter cookies and Christmas-themed sugar cookies)

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