OSHKOSH, Wis. (SPECTRUM NEWS) - Christmas lights always brighten up the season and in one Oshkosh neighborhood, you’ll find a light show that will also warm your heart.
From the time 10-year-old Brody Enli was a baby, he was obsessed with lights, eclectic sockets and basically anything and everything electrical.
“When he was 3 years old his Christmas list consisted of an extension cord, a power strip and a 3 prong,” his father Bronson Enli says.
“I always liked to plug everything into the wall and my parents finally gave up from keeping from it. So instead they taught me how to work with electricity safely,” says Brody.
For the past 4 years, he has been sharing his gift with his neighbors. This year his light display was even choreographed to music.
“It makes a lot o people smile when I do this. People that I am giving to for the charity and people who watch it and I smile when I am putting it up,” Brody says.
The donations from the light show go to the Oshkosh area pantry kids for food program.
“What they do is they fill backpacks for kids who aren’t fortunate to have food over the weekends and that just makes me kind of sad that there are some kids that don’t have food for over the weekends or after school. That’s why I wanted to give to this charity," Brody says.
Each year Brody’s Christmas light show continues to grow and so do the smiles.
This holiday season, Brody Enli truly is a gift that keeps on giving.
“I smile when I put it up and people smile when they watch it and the people I give to smiles and. It’s just awesome," Brody says.
Brody’s Christmas light show will run until Jan. 1 at 1874 Westbreeze Dr. in Oshkosh.