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North Burnett towns glimmer in holiday

IN THE SPIRT: Stradmann Painters had Santa enjoying a coke in their winning Christmas lights display at Biggenden.
IN THE SPIRT: Stradmann Painters had Santa enjoying a coke in their winning Christmas lights display at Biggenden. Contributed

THE winners of the North Burnett Regional Council 2017 Christmas Lights competition have been announced.

Congratulations to all the winners.

Biggenden

Residential

First: Paul and Melanie Smith, Isis Highway

Second: Justin and Therese Vicary, George St

Third: Phil and Dell Myers, Maryborough Rd

Business

First: Stradmann Painters, George St

Second: Barkle Contracting, Walsh St

Monto

Residential

First: Mary O'Reilly, Pine St, Kalpowar

Second: Nathan Netz, Faraday St

Third: Cassie Stephan, Bell St

Business

First: Family Restaurant

Second: Information Centre NBRC

Gayndah

Residential

First: Babington Family, Boyd St

Second: Thompson Family, Adelong St

Third: Shelley Shadford, Porter St

Business

First: Central & Upper Burnett District Home for the Aged, Capper St

Second: Gayndah Hospital, Warton St

Mundubbera

Residential

First: Monica Seth - 51 Leichhardt Street

Second: Kauri and Barry Latza - 5 Ryan Street

Third: Katrina and Andrew Cekanauskas - 37 Leichardt Street

Encouragement Prize: Amanda and Scott Tebbit - 23 Leichardt Street

Business

First: Mundubbera Butchering

Look for the winners of the Eidsvold and Mt Perry light competitions in next week's paper.

Topics:  biggenden christmas christmas light competition eidsvold gayndah monto mt perry mundubbera north burnett


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