Ambassadors announce lighting contest winnersThe Douglas County Chamber Ambassadors announced the winners of the residential lighting contest Thursday night.
The Douglas County Chamber Ambassadors announced the winners of the residential lighting contest Thursday night.
Winners include Linda Dembroski, 1826 New York Ave., master’s division; Patricia, Dennis, and Katelyn McCauley, 2017 Central Ave., ambassador’s choice; the Krafts, 2301 Hughitt Ave., best use of lights; Deanna Fetters and Connie Salo, 2729 E. Third St. spirit award; and Brian and Kristie Christensen, 8494 E. U.S. Highway 2, South Range, county award.
A donation of $410 will be presented to the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse as part of the annual competition.
Take a drive around to town to view these and all the displays of competitors. Other entries included: Darcy and Brad Moen, 7608 John Ave.; Eleanor Paulson,1911 N. 58th St.; Robert and Mariann Ross, 636 N. 23rd St.; Jeffrey Conner, 602 N. 21st St. E.; Gene and Jackie Peterson, 802 17th Ave. E.; Jan O’Brien, 1712 E. Eighth St.; Pat Kelly, 1830 E. 10th St.; Bruce and Kathy Carey, 1802 E. Third St.; Brett DeFoe, 2101 E. Third St.; Paul Adolphson, 2122 E. Fourth St.; Robert Palumbo, 2730 E. Third St.; Rawlie, Stacy and Allison Hart, 2830 E. Third St.; and Al and Susan Chesky, 425 31st Ave. E. in the city or village of Superior; and Donna Protokowicz, 8396 E. U.S. Highway 2, Wentworth; Neil and Tami Anderson, 8476 E. U.S. Highway 2, South Range; and Tina Wester, 8822 E. Baldwin Ave., Solon Springs in rural Douglas County.