Coulter Celebration of Lights - Mountain Home

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Hold the Dates for the Coulter Celebration of Lights!


November 20, 2022 - December 28, 2022


November 20 - Lighting Ceremony and 5K Walk/Run

November 21 - opening date for the general public.  Donations will be collected at the exit gateof the light event again this year.

December 2, 3, 9, 10, and 16 – 24 – Meet Santa and Mrs.Claus and buy holiday treats at our Coulter Lights Concession Stand.

December 16 - 24, not only will we be selling concessions and visiting with Santa and Mrs. Claus, we will have a carousel and train on the campus.  The cost to ride is free for children 12 and under thanks to a generous benefactor.  Guests 13 and older may purchase a $5.00ticket at the concession stand located by the Gingerbread House.

 



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The City of Mountain Home and ASUMH will be hosting a drive through holiday light display this year and also a walking area.  Lights will be on display throughout the campus beginning November 20, 2022, and ending December 28, 2022.


November 20 will only be open to ASUMH faculty, staff, students, Coulter Light sponsors and all volunteers who worked on the lights.  The Alumni Association will be sponsoring a 5K holiday run; please feel free to sign up as a walker, runner, or virtual participant.


November 21 will be the opening date for the general public.  Donations will be collected at the exit gate of the light event again this year.


On December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 - 24, we will be hosting Santa and Mrs. Claus and selling holiday treats at our Coulter Lights Concession Stand.


December 16 - 24, not only will we be selling concessions and visiting with Santa and Mrs. Claus, we will have a carousel and train on the campus.  The cost to ride is free for children 12 and under thanks to a generous benefactor.   Guests 13 and older may purchase a $5.00 ticket at the concession stand located by the Gingerbread House.


To maximize the experience, we ask that you please dim your headlights and tune your radio to 88.1 for holiday music.  


Cars will enter the display at the ASUMH College Street Thompson/Martin gates and exit off of Hwy 62 West through the Hurd gates.  We hope you enjoy the display!




Coulter Lights Holiday Run/Walk 5k Fundraiser

Immerse yourself in lights as you run or walk through the 5k trail.This holiday fun run/walk will be the only opportunity to experience the entire magical event on foot!  All participants will receive a Coulter Celebration of Lights t-shirt.  Virtual runners are welcome!


Date: November 20, 2022

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Place: In front of the Sheid

ASUMH 1600 S. College

 Mountain Home, AR 72653

Registration Fee: $35.00


All participants must arrive before 5:30 p.m. in order to park and be part of the Coulter Celebration of Lights dedication ceremony.


Pre-register by purchasing a ticket. Be sure to select your t-shirt size as you place your order. All registrations after November 9 will be given a coupon to pick up your t-shirt at The Cotton Company, 686 Hwy 62, Mountain Home, Arkansas.


Proceeds from this holiday run will be used to support an ASUMH Alumni Scholarship.



This event would not be possible without our many volunteers and sponsors.  A special thank you to all of who have given their time and/or financial resourses!


THANK YOU TO OUR SPOSORS!!


Santa  ($200,000)

Dr. Ed and Lucretia Coulter


Rudolph ($25,000+)

City of Mountain Home

Mountain Home Advertising & Promotion Commission

Carters Jewel Chest

Gregory Jewelers

The Dels Corporation

Bob and Mary Walker


Mistletoe ($12,500+)

Anstaff Bank 

Danfoss Power Solutions

Farmers & Merchants Bank

Century Bank of the Ozarks


Jingle Bells ($5,000+)

Shay's Appliances

ASUMH Performing Arts Council

Roger and Mollie Morgan

Curtis and Priscilla Grant

Todd Gilbert and Jodi Strother

Dr. James and Denise Clarke

Ricky and Karyn Johnson

Laura/Kenny Newth

Legacy Title Company

Kirby Family Trust

Ultimate Auto

ASC Warranty

Junior Auxiliary

Ben and Cindi Petkovich

Dr. Richard and Donna Burnett

Lawns Plus Milling

Dr. Thomas and Deborah Knox

Randy and Dr. Kathy Loyd


Frosty the Snowman ($2,500+)

Chamber Leadership Team (2021)

Dr. Mike and Katie Risk

Dr. Mark and Hazel Ungerank

The Observor

ASUMH Alumni Association

Nosari Home Mortgage, Inc.

Mike and Gayla Thompson


Cindy Lou Who (In-Kind)

Baxter Healthcare Corporation

KTLO

Twin Lakes Radio

Gregg Farm Supply

Supply Solutions

Laney Electric

Gary and Naomi Martin


Thank you to all our community volunteers.

Special thanks to the City of Mountain Home Parks and Recreations team and Street Department Team along with the ASUMH Maintenance Crew.



Would you like to view lights all over the region?  Check out this guide to Regional Holiday Lights tours including Blytheville, Pocahontas, Jonesboro, Batesville, Walnut Ridge and Mountain Home:  https://www.christmasattheparknea.com/regionalchristmas

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This event would not be possible without our many volunteers and sponsors.  A special thank you to all of who have given their time and/or financial resourses!


THANK YOU TO OUR SPOSORS!!


Santa  ($200,000)

Dr. Ed and Lucretia Coulter


Rudolph ($25,000+)

City of Mountain Home

Mountain Home Advertising & Promotion Commission

Carters Jewel Chest

Gregory Jewelers

The Dels Corporation

Bob and Mary Walker


Mistletoe ($12,500+)

Anstaff Bank 

Danfoss Power Solutions

Farmers & Merchants Bank

Century Bank of the Ozarks


Jingle Bells ($5,000+)

Shay's Appliances

ASUMH Performing Arts Council

Roger and Mollie Morgan

Curtis and Priscilla Grant

Todd Gilbert and Jodi Strother

Dr. James and Denise Clarke

Ricky and Karyn Johnson

Laura/Kenny Newth

Legacy Title Company

Kirby Family Trust

Ultimate Auto

ASC Warranty

Junior Auxiliary

Ben and Cindi Petkovich

Dr. Richard and Donna Burnett

Lawns Plus Milling

Dr. Thomas and Deborah Knox

Randy and Dr. Kathy Loyd


Frosty the Snowman ($2,500+)

Chamber Leadership Team (2021)

Dr. Mike and Katie Risk

Dr. Mark and Hazel Ungerank

The Observor

ASUMH Alumni Association

Nosari Home Mortgage, Inc.

Mike and Gayla Thompson


Cindy Lou Who (In-Kind)

Baxter Healthcare Corporation

KTLO

Twin Lakes Radio

Gregg Farm Supply

Supply Solutions

Laney Electric

Gary and Naomi Martin


Thank you to all our community volunteers.

Special thanks to the City of Mountain Home Parks and Recreations team and Street Department Team along with the ASUMH Maintenance Crew.



Would you like to view lights all over the region?  Check out this guide to Regional Holiday Lights tours including Blytheville, Pocahontas, Jonesboro, Batesville, Walnut Ridge and Mountain Home:  https://www.christmasattheparknea.com/regionalchristmas

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Donation or Sponsorship Opportunities

Mollie Morgan

ASUMH Development Office

(870) 508-6191

mmorgan@asumh.edu


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Donation or Sponsorship Opportunities

Mollie Morgan

ASUMH Development Office

(870) 508-6191

mmorgan@asumh.edu


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