PHOTO SUBMITTED HOLIDAY FAVOURITES The Clement home on Evans Street was the winner in the most favourite decorations category.

Light displays awarded in Trout Creek

Summerland neighbourhood holds contest for second consecutive year

Trout Creek residents decorated their homes for the holiday season with spectacular displays.

For the second consecutive year, Heather Pescada of Trout Creek organized a lights contest for the Summerland neighbourhood.

The Deans home on Woods Avenue won the classical award.

The Cormillots home on Wharf Street won the Clark Griswold award for the second year.

The Arkesteyn home on Weldon Avenue won in the themed category.

The Clement home on Evans Street was the winner in the most favourite decorations category.

In addition, the Plant home, on Fir Avenue, received recognition because it received many votes in all the categories in this year’s lights contest.

 

PHOTO SUBMITTED DISPLAY THEME The Arkesteyn home on Weldon Avenue won in the themed category.

PHOTO SUBMITTED POPULAR DISPLAY The Plant home, on Fir Avenue, received recognition because it received many votes in all the categories in this year’s lights contest.

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