La Grange couple combines Christmas decorations with charitable spirit
December 27, 2012 (LA GRANGE, Ill.) (WLS) -- A suburban couple takes decorating for the holidays to a whole new level and they help a popular charity in the process.
For the last eight years, Sheila Musolino and Michael Giambrone have opened their La Grange home to visitors. It's filled with Christmas spirit.
There are eight spinning Christmas trees, thousands of ornaments, decorations and figurines. The open house raises money for the Ronald McDonald House.
"We started just thinking about... We do all this decorating, how can we combine our passion for Christmas with our passion for the charity," said Sheila Musolino.
In the last three years, they've raised close to $60,000.
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