How many Lions does it take to string some Christmas lights in a tree at Lion’s Landing in Port Stanley? Well, at least three. Here Lions Bob Nunn, Robert Johnston, and Allan Koivu (left to right) prove many hands make light work. The traditional display along Kettle Creek will be turned on tonight. While you’re in the neighborhood, check out the Port Stanley Christmas Lights House, at 291 Selbourne Drive, behind the Foodland, off Colbourne Street. Raymie Jewell and Dennis Taylor adorn their home with 10s of thousands of Christmas light bulbs, raising funds for Make-A-Wish Southwestern Ontario, and food for the Port Stanley and Area Community Cupboard. It’s worth a trip to Port.