Posted at: 12/14/2012 8:48 AM
The sixth edition of Christmas By the Lake hit shelves back in November. And this year, the proceeds for the charity album are going to help those hurt by the June floods.
Tracy Lundeen with Lundeen Productions helped put this project together. He stopped by Good Morning Northland Friday to talk about the new album. And St. Louis County District Attorney Mark Rubin also sang a holiday song.
In the past, Lundeen said, the proceeds went to the Northern Lights Foundation. But this year, part of the proceeds will also go to Flood Homes With Hope. The group helps those affected by June's flooding with unmet needs that insurance, government assistance and personal means cannot cover.
To pick up a copy of this year's Christmas By the Lake album, stop by any Super One Foods, Pam's Hallmark in the Miller Hill Mall or visit www.lundeenproductions.com.