A popular holiday lights display will go on as planned in Fishers, despite concerns over road construction possibly causing the display's cancellation this year.
Officials at Reynolds Farm Equipment had considered canceling this year's display, but changed their minds after an outpouring of concern from local residents who did not want to go without the popular holiday tradition.
"It'd be disappointing not to see those lights," said local resident Amber Romano. "It won't feel like Christmas."
Friday afternoon, company president Gary Reynolds issued the following statement:
"After discussion with representatives of the project managers for the road construction near Reynolds Farm Equipment in Fishers, and a representative from the local police department, Reynolds will be having their annual Christmas light display. We wish to thank everyone who has supported this traditional event for what will be our twentieth year.
"We will continue to have freewill donations for two charities that include a local food pantry and a homeless shelter. The Reynolds family and its family of employees wish everyone a happy holiday season."