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2014 N'hood Decorating Contest

haltom city neighborhood decorating contestResults are in for the annual Neighborhood Decorating Contest, coordinated by Keep Haltom City Beautiful. To find winners, volunteer judges travel every street in six sections of Haltom City looking for the best decorations. Board members thank all residents who make the effort to decorate and make the community beautiful for the holiday season. Here are this year’s winners:

Section One

Best Use of Lights – Tony Grubauga and Shawn Boyd, 1805 Higgins Ln.

Best Use of a Theme – The Moreno Family 3918 Hollis St.

Judge’s Choice – Sarah N. Marsh, 1521 Oak Knoll

Section Two

Best Use of Lights – Ken and Carol Lamar, 4516 Dee Ln.

Best Use of a Theme – Mercedes Flores, 3228 Earle St.

Judge’s Choice – Dale and Peggy Clark, 3208 Haltom Rd.

 Section Three

Best Use of Lights – Warren and Pat Davenport, 3501 Jane Ln.

Best Use of a Theme – J.W. and Winnie Brown, 5420 Mack Rd.

Judge’s Choice – Dana and Joyce Childers, 3700 Layton St.

Section Four

Best Use of Lights – Fernando Angeles, 4253 Goodnight Circle

Best Use of a Theme – Charlotte and Dale Robertson, 5777 Rockport Ln.

Judge’s Choice – P.J. and Mike Mackey, 5013 Blanco Dr.

Section Five

Best Use of Lights – Robert and Vicki Fox, 5801 Starlight Dr.

Best Use of a Theme – Robert Bell, 4117 Maryview Ct.

Judge’s Choice – Cheryl Brinkley, 5816 Diamond Oaks Dr. S

Section Six

Best Use of Lights – Brandon Gray and Emily Grove, 5425 Denise Dr.

Best Use of a Theme – Steve Laffoon, 5400 Parkview Dr.

Judge’s Choice – Juvenal Dela Rosa, 5648 Whitley Rd.

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