Prizes delivered to Holiday Lights Contest winners

Bryan Stalder
Northeast News


For the third year in a row, the Indian Mound Neighborhood Association has held their annual Holiday Lights Contest. Residents were encouraged to vote for their favorite holiday lights displays on Facebook by “liking” photographs of homes in Indian Mound. The winners were announced at the annual Indian Mound holiday potluck on Monday, December 18, and prizes were delivered to the winners on Saturday, December 23. Prizes were generously donated by the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District, the Mattie Rhodes Center, and Indian Mound Neighborhood Association board members.

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