Letter to the Editor: Congratulations light post decoration winners

The winning lamppost, decorated by Robbe and Mona of AC Value Center. (Jan. 7, 2020) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Congratulations to everyone for enthusiastically accepting the challenge to decorate the lamp posts on Main Street for the holidays. The 2019 prize winners are as follows:

  • Best in Show – Robbe and Mona at A.C.: $100 gift certificate from G.C.I.
  • Most Traditional – Ammerman family: $50 gift certificate from G.C.I.
  • Most Whacky – Children’s Pallas Daycare: $50 gift certificate from the Chamber of Commerce
  • Most Original – Front Door Store Staff: $25 gift certificate from the Chamber of Commerce
  • Most Colorful – Simpler Family: $25 gift certificate from C.T.C./C.W.C.
  • Honorable Mention – Alaska Airlines: $25 gift certificate from the Chamber of Commerce
  • Most Contemporary – Ashlee and Jocelyn at Wells Fargo: $25 gift certificate from Steen’s Gifts

Thanks again Cordovans, for sharing your creativity and enthusiasm, regardless of the weather conditions. Special thanks to Mark Steen for decorating the most lamp posts! We wish you all a healthy and Happy New Year! Please remove decorations now so the 2020 Iceworm banners can go up.

Thank you!

Lynne Steen
Cordova

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