Sedalia’s 35th annual Christmas Lighting Contest winners announced


Holiday light winners shine bright

The winners of the 35th annual Sedalia Christmas Light Contest, sponsored by Xi Beta Upsilon, chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, along with Sedalia Mayor Steve Galliher and the Sedalia City Council, were announced last week. Taking first place, and receiving a prize of $100, were Darrell Dodson and Elwanda Tanner with their festive home located at 901 E. Broadway Blvd.


Placing second in the Sedalia Christmas Light Contest were John and Susan Malone, 3302 Southwest Blvd. The Malones received $50 in prize money. Their home featured several large, inflatable polar bears along with other creatures, inflatable gifts and Christmas ornaments. Judging criteria for the contest was done on a point basis: lighting 10 points; eye appeal 10 points; originality 10 points; and overall appeal 10 points.


Festive penguins and pines trees decorate the yard of Charles and Bev Gerke, at 322 E. 14th St. The Gerkes took third place and received $25 in the Christmas Lighting Contest this year. Other entries this year included Tanya Byler, 3100 Brianna Blvd., and Cindy Cramer, 1100 S. Moniteau Ave.


Holiday light winners shine bright

The winners of the 35th annual Sedalia Christmas Light Contest, sponsored by Xi Beta Upsilon, chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, along with Sedalia Mayor Steve Galliher and the Sedalia City Council, were announced last week. Taking first place, and receiving a prize of $100, were Darrell Dodson and Elwanda Tanner with their festive home located at 901 E. Broadway Blvd.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD122215ChristmasLights-1.jpgThe winners of the 35th annual Sedalia Christmas Light Contest, sponsored by Xi Beta Upsilon, chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, along with Sedalia Mayor Steve Galliher and the Sedalia City Council, were announced last week. Taking first place, and receiving a prize of $100, were Darrell Dodson and Elwanda Tanner with their festive home located at 901 E. Broadway Blvd.

Placing second in the Sedalia Christmas Light Contest were John and Susan Malone, 3302 Southwest Blvd. The Malones received $50 in prize money. Their home featured several large, inflatable polar bears along with other creatures, inflatable gifts and Christmas ornaments. Judging criteria for the contest was done on a point basis: lighting 10 points; eye appeal 10 points; originality 10 points; and overall appeal 10 points.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD122215ChristmasLights-2.jpgPlacing second in the Sedalia Christmas Light Contest were John and Susan Malone, 3302 Southwest Blvd. The Malones received $50 in prize money. Their home featured several large, inflatable polar bears along with other creatures, inflatable gifts and Christmas ornaments. Judging criteria for the contest was done on a point basis: lighting 10 points; eye appeal 10 points; originality 10 points; and overall appeal 10 points.

Festive penguins and pines trees decorate the yard of Charles and Bev Gerke, at 322 E. 14th St. The Gerkes took third place and received $25 in the Christmas Lighting Contest this year. Other entries this year included Tanya Byler, 3100 Brianna Blvd., and Cindy Cramer, 1100 S. Moniteau Ave.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD122215ChristmasLights-3.jpgFestive penguins and pines trees decorate the yard of Charles and Bev Gerke, at 322 E. 14th St. The Gerkes took third place and received $25 in the Christmas Lighting Contest this year. Other entries this year included Tanya Byler, 3100 Brianna Blvd., and Cindy Cramer, 1100 S. Moniteau Ave.

The winners of the 35th annual Sedalia Christmas Light Contest, sponsored by Xi Beta Upsilon, chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, along with Sedalia Mayor Steve Galliher and the Sedalia City Council, were announced last week. Taking first place, and receiving a prize of $100, were Darrell Dodson and Elwanda Tanner with their festive home located at 901 E. Broadway Blvd.

Placing second in the Sedalia Christmas Light Contest were John and Susan Malone, 3302 Southwest Blvd. The Malones received $50 in prize money. Their home featured several large, inflatable polar bears along with other creatures, inflatable gifts and Christmas ornaments. Judging criteria for the contest was done on a point basis: lighting 10 points; eye appeal 10 points; originality 10 points; and overall appeal 10 points.

Festive penguins and pines trees decorate the yard of Charles and Bev Gerke, at 322 E. 14th St. The Gerkes took third place and received $25 in the Christmas Lighting Contest this year. Other entries this year included Tanya Byler, 3100 Brianna Blvd., and Cindy Cramer, 1100 S. Moniteau Ave.

Sedalia Democrat
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