The Free Press is again staging a competition to find the best Christmas lights in Kyabram and district.December 5, 2012 4:50am
Last year's Free Press Christmas lights competition winner Peter and Wendy Addesi and son Antonio, 5.
The Kyabram Free Press , in conjunction with Campaspe Shire, is again staging a competition to find the best Christmas lights in Kyabram and district.
Kyabram/Deakin ward councillors Carol Howell, Neil Pankhurst and Rob Danieli are supporting the competition, which offers $500 in prizemoney.
Readers can nominate decorated houses by emailing email@example.com or calling 5852
People who use the nomination form go into the lucky voter prize draw.
The Free Press will publish a map of nominated houses and readers are then asked to vote on their favourite place.
Votes must be completed on the form published in the Free Press. Voters are also put in the lucky voter prize draw.
First prize is $200, second is $125, third is $75 and lucky voter prize is $100.
Winners will be announced in the January 2 edition of the Free Press.
Cr Howell said she was sure the community would again support the event, which adds to the festive activity at Christmas time in Kyabram.
So put up those lights and tinsel and rush your entries to the Free Press to ensure your house is not missed in the judging.
Submit your photos of Christmas lights, houses and business windows by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
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