Originally published: December 11, 2012 7:20 PM
Updated: December 22, 2012 10:06 AM
Photo credit: Maria Boyadjieva | "Snoopy's Christmas Wonderland is dedicated to my dad, David Gluck, and his love of holiday decorating," said Warren Gluck of the decorations on Primrose Ave. home in Hicksville. "My display has been growing steadily for the past eight years. The display includes 15 inflatable Snoopys, some up to 10 feet tall; thousands of LED lights, music and personally made items, from those in the garden to those on the rooftop."
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