Sparwood Chamber best decorated

The Sparwood Chamber held their annual Senior Night Wednesday, December 14 where they toured Sparwood with the seniors, looking at lights.

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The Sparwood Chamber held their annual Senior Night Wednesday, December 14 where they toured Sparwood with the seniors, looking at lights, (judging was completed on Dec. 11). After the tour, they returned to Lilac Terrace for refreshments, cake, door prizes and entertainment.

Sparwood Futures Society supplied prizes for the decorated homes, and the cake was from Overwaitea.

Winners for best Decorated:

Top 2 homes:

Bob & Darlene Nickerson          1247 Valleyview

Henry Volkman                          113 Spardell

Top Mobile:

Candace & Corey Forrester      21 Mountain View

Sheree Funk                             78 Spardell

Top Balcony:

Verle Jones                               D Block Ponderosa

Top 8 “Must See”:

Cliff & Marlene Shipley             402 White Oak

Tony & Sheila Hittel                  401 Maple Street

Fudd & Pauline Krall                452 Mountain Ashes

Diane Hydomako                     301 Pacific Yews

Carla Fox                                 2007 Golden Eagle Drive

Lynda Eamonn                        1281 Ponderosa Drive

Calvin & Terry Domin              1319 Briarwood Place

Miss Kelly                               1345 Cherrywood Drive

The Sparwood Chamber would like to thank everyone who takes the time to decorate their homes; it makes Sparwood look beautiful during the holiday season. Thank you to everyone that made this evening and event happen for our seniors.  Merry Christmas to everyone from the Sparwood Chamber.

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