The Giving Garden Foundation is a local non-profit organization started by four Gloucester residents in 2008 to provide financial assistance in the form of rent, mortgage, electric, treatment co-pays, and prescription costs to local cancer patients in Gloucester and Mathews Counties. Our organization is run completely by volunteers. To date, we have provided more than $50,000 in assistance to local cancer patients. To find out more about our Foundation, please go to http://www.thegivinggarden.org/ and check us out on Facebook.
Frank and Annie just finished building the new singing monster faces for this Halloween’s lightshow!
All tested and ready to go! Come by and see them in action.
Franktronics will be running our Independence Day light show from July 4th until July 12.
The lightshow will run every night from Dusk till midnight.
Just come by our office, park out front where you can see the flag and tune your car radio to 102.3FM. The lights are synchronized to the music of several patriotic songs.
This light show is free and only runs for a week.
Come see our new digital firework with over 2500 programmable LED’s (864 pixels).
*more pictures just added to the photo gallery page.
The Franktronics Christmas Lightshow is located at 3618 George Washingon Memorial Highway, just north of the Farm Fresh shopping center.
Come by, park in our parking lot, tune your car radio to FM 102.3 and listen to the music synchronized to thousands of Christmas lights.
The lightshow starts the Saturday after Thanksgiving (November 30th) and runs until January the 4th. Everynight the show starts at 6pm and shutdown at Midnight.
The donation box for this years selected Charity, The Samaritan Group, is located on the office wall towards the front of the Franktronics building. Learn more about The Samaritan Group on the webiste: http://www.thesamaritangroup.org
Click on “video gallery” above to see some video’s from last years new addition, the color cosmic christmas tree.
Come by Franktronics Wednesday through Saturday night and watch the 2013 Halloween Lightshow from 6PM until midnight. Pull into the parking lot and tune your car radio to 102.3FM, listen to the music that has been synchronized to lights with tunes likes “Time Warp” and “Thriller”.
This lightshow is free to the public. Come by Halloween night for candy and few extra suprises.
The new LED ights on the Frantronics building trims out the roofline nicely as you can see. The LED lights are low voltage (12 volts) and are RGB (red, green & blue). Right now it’s programmed to be blue (the Franktronics logo color), but watch out for the holiday’s, these lights can be any color. Also the lights are devided up into 705 segements or pixels. Each pixes can be set for it’s own color or intensity.