This Christmas season, bring your family and friends to tour the beautiful “White Christmas House” and support Hope Hill Youth Services in the process!
For over 25 years, Ron and Linda Turner have turned their “White Christmas House” into a central Kentucky holiday tradition by offering tours as a fundraising opportunity for Kentucky nonprofits. This year the Turner’s have selected Hope Hill Youth Services as the beneficiary for Saturday, December the 10th, from 6-8pm.
You can offer your support by taking a tour at the White Christmas House located at 1008 Chinoe Road in Lexington. There is an admittance fee of $20 for adults; all kids under the age of 18 get in free! Each ticket purchased will be a donation to Hope Hill Youth Services to help fund our vital programs and services. Hope Hill Youth Services is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit that specializes in providing intensive treatment for adolescents that have experienced severe forms of trauma. Hope Hill’s programs include a residential treatment program, foster care and adoption, and an independent living program.
“This is a longstanding tradition and Ron and I are happy once again to bring happiness and joy to children and adults at Christmas time,” Linda Turner said. For many years the house was not open to the public so the inside of the house was left to people’s imagination. The inside is every bit as spectacular as the outside. Every tree, table, mantel and staircase is decorated over-the-top. Each room has a Christmas tree with a different theme.
Tour-goers are asked to park on the street. Two off-duty Lexington police officers have been hired to park their cruisers, with lights flashing, a short distance in both directions from the Turner house to slow traffic and make it safer for people to cross the street. Tours will be aided by volunteers from Hope Hill Youth Services. At the door, Hope Hill will accept cash, checks or credit cards for entry.
Reserve your spot now by emailing Chris Peck at email@example.com