MINOT, N.D. - Oak Park is beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Sertoma volunteers are putting the final touches on holiday decorations for their annual Christmas in the Park.
They have more than 40 Christmas displays.
It is $5 per car to enter the park.
All proceeds go to good causes.
“Eight scholarships go to students in speech and hearing. Another great thing about Christmas in the park is the good feeling that people have when they come through the park. A lot of times they will pay for the person behind them and that's very infectious," said David and Lawn, volunteers.
Organizers say they are expecting at least 9,000 cars to drive through the park this holiday season.
Christmas in the Park officially begins on Black Friday and will run until New Year’s Eve from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.