This is a feel good story. More than 100 volunteers from across Chicago got King Drive dressed up for the holidays Saturday as part of a campaign to bring neighbors together and spread holiday cheer. "A lot of the kids are used to seeing blue lights from police sirens," said Jahmal Cole, founder of My Block, My Hood, My City, which organized the event. "We want them to see holiday lights." A team of volunteers showed up to decorate Lola Anderson's house on 85th and King Drive, draping decorations, wrapping railings in ribbon, hanging holiday lights and setting up Santa.