Winners of Gentle up the Block and Uptown vacation ornament contests introduced

This vacation season, many residents and enterprise homeowners acquired into the spirit by coming into ornament contest held over the

Each Uptown Lexington and the Lexington Parks and Recreation Division have introduced the winners of every of its annual vacation ornament contests.

Gentle Up the Block

A home situated on Tannin Means was voted one of the best embellished and neighborhood alternative winner within the Lexington Parks and Recreation Gentle Up the Block contest.

Lexington Parks and Recreation Division introduced the winners of its “Gentle Up the Block” Neighborhood Christmas adorning contest on Monday.

“The votes have been tallied,” mentioned Andrew Lance, supervisor at Lexington Parks and Recreation Division. “Congratulations to all of our winners. Thanks to every of the members, to all of you who voted, in addition to our judging panel. Every of the properties need to be seen in individual, we hope you possibly can make a journey to expertise their actual magnificence.”

Winners will obtain a yard signal for his or her particular person and neighborhood classes.

  • Greatest Embellished & Neighborhood Selection: 208 Tannin Means

  • Greatest Block: West Second Avenue

  • Neighborhood Selection Runner up: 100 Tyler Drive

  • Greatest Theme: 106 Tannin Means

  • Greatest Animated: 208 Foy Ave.

  • Greatest Conventional: 401 West Second Ave.

  • Most Lovely: 402 West Second Ave.

  • Most Authentic: 403 West Second Ave.

  • Most Distinctive: 409 West Second Ave.

  • Greatest Group: 1320 Thomason St.

Uptown Lexington Christmas Ornament Contest

Café 35 with the Davidson County Master Gardeners won first place in the Uptown Lexington Christmas Decoration Contest

Café 35 with the Davidson County Grasp Gardeners gained first place within the Uptown Lexington Christmas Ornament Contest

  • 1st place: Café 35 (with the Davidson County Grasp Gardeners)

  • 2nd Place: The Brewer’s Kettle (with Most cancers Companies of Davidson County)

  • third Place: Excellent Mix Espresso Co. & Café

  • 4th Place: The Sweet Manufacturing unit

  • fifth Place: Lasting Impressions

First place winner obtained $1,500; Second place obtained $1,250; third place acquired $100 fourth place gained $750 and fifth place obtained $500. The competition was sponsored by Lexington Utilities.

Basic information reporter Sharon Myers could be reached at [email protected] Observe her on Twitter @LexDispatchSM.

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