Zach's Holiday House lights up to feed the hungryPosted: Updated:
Every Thanksgiving night one home on Tucson's northwest side comes alive with the spirit and lights of the holiday season.
Zach Tarbet decorates his desert home with over 40,000 lights.
It's a show hundreds of Tucsonans wait for every year, but they're not just waiting to see the decorations.
Zach hopes his Christmas spirit will shed some light on the importance of the giving spirit.
"People really remember the lights, they remember the cars, but I really don't want them to forget the food bank," said Zach Tarbet.
Zach and his family will keep the lights going every day between Thanksgiving and New Years from 6 to 10 at night.
They're hoping to collect at least 2,000 pounds of food this year. Click here to find out how to help and where to find Zach's house.