For one night during the holidays, our neighborhood comes together and lights luminaries throughout the subdivision in support of a good cause. The tradition of luminaries comes from Mexico and is a beautiful way to celebrate the season, in addition to the amazing holiday lights many of our neighbors put up each year. The neighborhood adopted this tradition in 2006 as a way for us to help a young girl and her family in the community. She had a rare eye cancer called bilateral retinoblastoma which was attacking her second eye, and required frequent trips to Philadelphia for treatment. To our delight, the tradition lives on each year as lives are positively impacted for a greater purpose. Friends of Forsyth County and beyond, we give a heartfelt thanks for your continued support through the years.