For volunteers at Dubuque, Iowa’s Reflections in the Park, an annual Hillcrest Family Services fundraiser, the spirit of the holidays knows no bounds. On an unseasonably mild Christmas Eve, Fern and Jesse Reinstein, both of Platteville, Wis., collected money for Reflections in the Park at Louis Murphy Park. "It's always great to give back to the community," Fern said. "We enjoy doing it. We look forward to this all year, and it frees up Christmas Eve for those who celebrate it. We don't. We're happy to be here." Both Jesse and Fern are Jewish. "We've had a lot of fun," he said. "Actually, some of our friends -- Christians -- are helping us. It's ecumenical." Reflections in the Park raises funds for Hillcrest offerings that don't receive financial support from other sources, according to President and CEO Gary Gansemer. Over the past two decades, Reflections in the Park has generated about $1.6 million. "We started 21 years ago, and it's turned into an event that uplifts the spirits of everybody," he said, noting more than 40,000 people visit each year. Hillcrest Family Services is a Wisconsin Conference Health and Welfare Ministry. Click here to read the full story.