The judging was done the evening of Dec. 27; the judging was delayed one day due to the snow storm. The contest was for dues paid association members.
Winner - Gary and Deby Chevillet, living on the east side of Park near Middleboro, used strings of lights to create two light trees and a unique circle emblem along with strings of lights across the front of the home and on the roof. All of the strings were electronically controlled to go on and off in sequence with music that was broadcast over their FM radio station.
Runner-up - Wayne and Amy Liebau, residing on the east side of Ronnie between Lyndon and Meadowbrook, had red lights across the front of the home, a variety of light yard figures in the shrub bed and a crib scene in the front bow window made with light strings.
Runner-up - Michele Ward, living on the east side of Ronnie near the upper bend, had icicle lights on the eaves, lights in the shrub bed and four large blow-up figures.
Special Recognition Awards have been given to the previous year's winners for their continued effort in maintaining their eye catching displays:
Andrew & Sandy Bartoletti residing on the west side of Yale between Scone and Perth
Lou & Debbie Winters residing on the west side of Ronnie Lane between Lyndon and Park
Adam & Rosemary Mitchell residing on the east side of Yale between Barbara and Lyndon
Honorable Mention have been given to the following:
Jim & Andi Kowalski on Schoolcraft, east of Yale
Brian & Sue Bogenschutz on east side of Barbara between Yale & Perth
The Crawford's on the east side of Yale between Scone & Perth
Bill & Judy Stewart on the west side of Barbara between Perth and Scone
Kevin & Marlene Smith on the east side of Park just south of Lyndon