Candlelight Tour benefits local cancer patients


Visitors tour the main living area of the Boutell home at 369 Camelot Drive in Urbana.

Visitors tour the main living area of the Boutell home at 369 Camelot Drive in Urbana.


Steve Stout | Urbana Daily Citizen

Amy Brinker (wearing a Santa hat) greets visitors to her kitchen and family room during the Cancer Association of Champaign County’s annual Candlelight Tour of Homes on Saturday in Urbana. Visitors were offered cookies and other holiday treats as well as a chat with Santa in the family room. The Brinker family lives at 222 Lincoln Place and offered several decorated trees for raffle to additionally benefit the CACC.


Steve Stout | Urbana Daily Citizen

The Cancer Association of Champaign County held its annual Candlelight Tour of Homes in Urbana on Saturday. Proceeds from the event benefit local cancer patients. There were six homes in Urbana on the tour.

Visitors tour the main living area of the Boutell home at 369 Camelot Drive in Urbana.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/12/web1_Boutelltour.jpgVisitors tour the main living area of the Boutell home at 369 Camelot Drive in Urbana. Steve Stout | Urbana Daily Citizen

Amy Brinker (wearing a Santa hat) greets visitors to her kitchen and family room during the Cancer Association of Champaign County’s annual Candlelight Tour of Homes on Saturday in Urbana. Visitors were offered cookies and other holiday treats as well as a chat with Santa in the family room. The Brinker family lives at 222 Lincoln Place and offered several decorated trees for raffle to additionally benefit the CACC.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/12/web1_Brinkertour.jpgAmy Brinker (wearing a Santa hat) greets visitors to her kitchen and family room during the Cancer Association of Champaign County’s annual Candlelight Tour of Homes on Saturday in Urbana. Visitors were offered cookies and other holiday treats as well as a chat with Santa in the family room. The Brinker family lives at 222 Lincoln Place and offered several decorated trees for raffle to additionally benefit the CACC. Steve Stout | Urbana Daily Citizen