Joseph Mure lights up his Neponsit home to bring smiles to children’s faces and to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive via a fire truck courtesy of Ladder 121. Photos by Miriam Rosenberg Angels, giant wooden soldiers and a couple dancing are among this year’s displays. This young lady gets a lift above the rest of the crowd. A young girl places money into the Juvenile Diabetes donation box by the Mure’s garage. A family has their picture taken by the Mure’s gingerbread house. The William Alexander Middle School Choir performs ‘Big Bad Santa’. Christina Mure (left) and her friend Danielle (who was recently diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes) speak to the crowd. The Sopranos’ Tony Sirico proved he wasn’t such a tough guy when he helped a tearful Danielle get through her speech. For the second year in a row, Tony Sirico right) of The Sopranos joins Joseph Mure in turning on the lights at the Little North Pole. The Ellen Connelly Dancers perform. Alexie, Daisy and Kayla pose for The Wave’s camera. Ava and Olivia pose by Santa’s sleigh. Santa and Mrs. Claus give out stuffed animals to the many children who came to the house lighting. At this time of year, the Mure’s garage becomes Santa’s workshop. On the Mure’s lawn, a Santa stands tall among his sleigh and various gifts. The County Tyrone Band entertains the crowd. The A young man tells Santa what he wants for Christmas, as Mrs. Claus looks on. Santa holds one of the youngest who came to see him.