'16 Decorating Contest Winners
You put up the lights to Keep Haltom City Beautiful and we did the judging….so check out your 2016 Neighborhood Decorating Contest Winners! The city was divided into six sections with three winning houses selected from each of those section.
|BEST USE OF LIGHTS||BEST USE OF AS THEME||JUDGE'S CHOICE|
|4913 Stanley Keller
||4521 Wisdom Way
|5648 Whitley Rd.
||5425 Denise Dr.
|4117 Mary view Ct.
||5832 Starlight Dr.
||1502 Oak Knoll
||3033 Field St.
||2930 Field St.
Thank you to 4800 block of Lamond Ct. and the 4200 block of Biscayne for decorating your entire block!
Also, a big "thank you" to everyone who decorated their house this holiday season...the judges were impressed with what we saw for our 20th year of our Neighborhood Decorating Contest.
Tags: Keep Haltom City Beautiful, Beautification, 2016 Neighborhood Decorating Contest
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