New feature lights up holiday nights


TJ Morris of Superior and his sons Trenton, Clayton and Ezra
built a 10 1/2-foot-high Ferris wheel for Candy Cane Lane in
Superior's Lincoln Park. The Ferris wheel was built to
celebrate the 10th anniversary of Candy Cane Lane,
which is open 6-9 p.m., nightly.

SUPERIOR — One family here commemorated the 10th anniversary of Candy Cane Lane with a new creation for the collection of lighted displays at Lincoln Park.

Candy Cane Lane committee member Dwayne "Buck" Bostleman had the idea that a Ferris wheel might be an appropriate addition to Candy Cane Lane — where dozens of displays can be seen each day from 5-9 p.m. during the holiday season — given the milestone. He reached out to custom fabricator TJ Morris, whose sons are active in scouting.

"We were doing it for a special occasion for our 10th year, and we just thought it was fitting to get our youth involved and maybe it'll grow on them and they'll help us out in the future," Bostleman said.

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