Christmas in the Park lights up Minot starting Nov. 25
The Minot Sertoma Club will bring light once again to Oak Park in Minot through its display of Christmas-themed lights for the community to enjoy. The Christmas lights are displayed beginning Friday, Nov. 25, and lasting through Dec. 31, from 6 to 10 every evening. The cost for viewing Christmas in the Park is $5 per car with a rate for limos and buses. Christmas in the Park is a way for Sertoma to earn money and give back to the community by supporting local businesses with beautifully lighted Christmas displays.
Sertoma is again offering discounted tickets. If you pre-purchase tickets from Visit Minot, you can get 5 tickets for $20. The tickets make great gifts and stocking stuffers for your employees, coworkers, friends and family.
Money to support Sertoma activities is raised through a variety of activities such as Christmas in the Park. Money earned goes back into the community through the different activities sponsored by Sertoma.
Sertoma is a community service group with the ultimate purpose of meeting the needs of communities through service. Minot Sertoma, which is short for “service to mankind,” has served the Minot community for 56 years. Membership consists of more than 80 area business men and women who are committed to giving back to their community.
Minot Sertoma serves the Minot community in a variety of ways. Our areas of interest and service include speech and hearing disorders and youth-related activities. Sertoma supports local education through scholarships, supports organized activities such as Dream Catchers, Minot Family YMCA and MAYSA Arena; financially supports the ND Center for Persons with Disabilities, Hands & Voices, and the Induction Loop at Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at Minot State University; and provides assistance to those with very specific needs.