Editor's note: The Herald-Mail is highlighting 12 different individuals or groups who make a difference to others during the holiday season.
By RICHARD F. BELISLE
Staff Writer, Waynesboro
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - For the past 15 years, Dennis Martin has set aside two days around the last week of November to string lights on the 30-foot Christmas tree on Waynesboro's Center Square and to hang the downtown holiday decorations on light poles.
He gets paid for his work - he won't say how much - but every year he finds some cause or charity that he thinks needs the money more than he does.
"I do this every year because I just like Waynesboro," said Martin, 50, whose home is in Zullinger, Pa., west of the borough.