Christmas decorating, lighting contest announcedNovember 10, 2020
By Herald Staff
The Jasper Jaycees and the Jasper Chamber of Commerce announce their combined efforts, once again this year, for the Outdoor Home/Christmas Decorating and Lighting Contest for Jasper residents.
The contest is open to all residents of Jasper and those living within one mile of the city limits. Past response to the contest has been tremendous and former entries are encouraged to enter again. Residents are encouraged to make plans now for the 2020 Contest.
It is a wonderful way to show your Christmas spirit and a great way to help decorate the City of Jasper for the holidays.
The categories for this year’s contest are: Most Traditional; Best Use of Lights; Family Theme; and Most Original. Prizes are awarded to the top three homes in each category.
The entry blank for the contest will be published two times in The Herald. It will appear on Saturday, Nov. 21 and Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Additional forms are available at the Jasper Chamber of Commerce at 302 W. Sixth St. or by calling 812/482-6866.
Entries must be received in the Jasper Chamber office no later than Monday, Dec. 7. Mail all entries to P.O. Box 307, Jasper, Indiana 47547-0307,
email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to the Chamber at 812/848-2015.
Judging will take place on the evening of Friday, Dec. 11.
Lights should be turned on by 6 p.m. that evening.
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