Thank you letter: Thank you for lighting up Cordova

The winners of the Cordova Chamber’s annual lamp post decorating contest are:

  • Most Traditional – Copper River Watershed Project;
  • Most Funny – Wells Fargo;
  • Most Creative – Anita & Julia with Cordova Music;
  • Most Cordovan – Tie with Alaskan Bar & US Coast Guard;
  • Most Outlandish – Cordova Gear.

Thank you to everyone who decorated a lamp post and voted for your favorites!

Remember all decorations need to be removed by Monday, Jan. 10, 2022.

Christi Banks, Cobilynn Rogers, and The Cordova Chamber of Commerce

From top, Ace Hardware employee Cheska Galera and Viking Marine employee Brent Mapili decorate a lamppost on First Street despite howling winds. (Dec. 9, 2021) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/for The Cordova Times
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