The Aberdeen Heritage Trust, and the Aberdeen Appearance and Preservation Committee hosted a holiday decorating contest.
The contest focused on exterior decorations and lighting of homes and businesses during December. Judges picked winners in colonial, modern and business decoration categories.
First places winners in each category won $200 at a City Council meeting on Monday. Second place winners won $100 and third place won $50.
The winners for each category in the Holiday Decorating Contest are:Name Address Category Award Steve and Janet Piper 402 Ford St. Modern First Place Russell and Olene Piper 340 Penrith Way Modern Second Place Pam Harris Overly and Michael Wirsing 928 Avon Drive Modern Second Place Paul Gring 130 Meeks Drive Modern Third Place Kim and Ed Budinck 167 Farm Rd. Modern Third Place 939 D Beards Hill Road Business First Place Nicole Malone 508 W. Bel Air Ave. Colonial First Place Joe and Lauren Alampi 238 Edmund St. Colonial Second Place Bryan Day 403 Ford St. Colonial Third Place
In addition, participants in the were honored. The winners for each category in the Christmas Street Contest are:Name Type Category Award Cub Scout Pack 820 Youth Windows First Place Girls Scout Troop 1993 Youth Windows Second Place Cub Scout Pack 961 Youth Windows Third Place Cub Scout Pack 802 Youth Float First Place Youth Float Second Place Youth Float Third Place Girl Scout Service Unit 76 Youth Walking First Place Karing for Kids Learning Center and Twirltastics Youth Walking Second Place Youth Walking Third Place Adult Windows First Place Aberdeen Lioness Lions Adult Windows Second/Third Place The Kruger Family Adult Windows Third Place Greyhound Pets of America Adult Walking First Place Tops Adult Walking Second Place Adult Float First Place Raven's Nest No. 26 Youth/Adult Float First Place Famous & Spang Insurance Company Business Windows First Place Business Windows Second Place Business Windows Third Place
Since there are already so many decorated homes in Aberdeen, don’t miss out on an opportunity to win $100,000 for Harford County Public Schools.
Patch.com has launched a nationwide contest to find the best-dressed home in its Patch communities and the winner’s school district will receive $100,000, no strings attached.