17th annual Lights, Sights and Holiday Nights decoration contest winners announced

2013-12-16T16:17:00Z 2013-12-16T18:10:38Z 17th annual Lights, Sights and Holiday Nights decoration contest winners announcedStaff report Santa Maria Times
December 16, 2013 4:17 pm  • 

The winners for one of Santa Maria's most festive events were named this afternoon by the Santa Maria Recreation and Parks Department.

The 17th annual Lights, Sights and Holiday Nights contest saw more than 30 nominations pour in.

Award recognition will be provided for the following category award winners at the Dec. 17 City Council meeting:

Best Decorated Residence

• Southeast Quadrant – John and Kim Sabedra (2859 Stardust Drive)

• Southwest Quadrant – Mary and Reyver Llarena (834 Della Drive)

• Northeast Quadrant – Tom and Linda Emery (202 N. Palisade Drive)

• Northwest Quadrant – Jerry and Sylvia Meisenzahl (209 Sycamore Street)

Best of Show

• Robert and Glynda Dias (670 E. Newlove Drive)

Spirit of Santa Maria

• Earl and Donna Thacker (1749 N. Vine Street)

Best Animation

• Enriquez Family (519 N. Brian Street)

Best Craftsmanship

• A Little Something Flowers – William Tomasini (205 N. Broadway)

Best Neighborhood Block

• 409 W. Orange # A, B & C

There are also 14 Award of Excellence Winners.

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  1. mpriestm
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    mpriestm - December 19, 2013 9:10 am
    You are totally right Justin! That must be why the SM times never reports on Syria, the UK, whats going on Washington etc. etc. You are so smart! I wonder why fluffy would have ever thought the SM Times would report on anything outside of city limits even it is completely related.
  2. mpriestm
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    mpriestm - December 19, 2013 9:10 am
    You are totally right Justin! That must be why the SM times never reports on Syria, the UK, whats going on Washington etc. etc. You are so smart! I wonder why fluffy would have ever thought the SM Times would report on anything outside of city limits even it is completely related.
  3. Justin Case
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    Justin Case - December 17, 2013 6:22 am
    Yo Fluffy,

    Go to the Orcutt Times; this here is The Santa Maria Times!

    JC
  4. FluffySparkles
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    FluffySparkles - December 16, 2013 8:01 pm
    What about Orcutt? How do we view the 14 award of excellence winners?

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