Crews start plugging in Lights on the Bay

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November 16, 2005|By PHOTOS BY NANINE HARTZENBUSCH | PHOTOS BY NANINE HARTZENBUSCH,SUN PHOTOGRAPHER

Bob Crain (shown right) and a team of electricians make last-minute preparations for the 10th annual Lights on the Bay. The drive-through light show features more than 60 stationary and animated displays with themes centering around winter and the region. New this year are a North Pole train station and a giant toy land. The lights are set up by volunteers and about 40 midshipmen from the Naval Academy's 12th Company. Last week, Crain and his team adjusted the displays, moving them, changing light bulbs and making sure the displays were working properly. Admission to Lights on the Bay is $12 per car. Proceeds go toward the expansion of Anne Arundel County Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit.

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