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Worthington to host Holiday Lighting Contest

The committee will be driving around Worthington Dec. 7-11 to take pictures of the top decorated homes throughout the community.

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WORTHINGTON — The Community Image Committee of FORWARD Worthington, Worthington Public Utilities and RE/MAX Premier Realty are co-sponsoring this year’s Holiday Lighting Contest. Worthington residents who would like to be included must have lights up and on by Dec. 7.

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The committee will be driving around Worthington Dec. 7-11 to take pictures of the top decorated homes throughout the community.

The following criteria is used for judging: best use of color, most original, best composition, most spectacular or best expression of Christmas.

The photos will then be posted on the Chamber’s Facebook page and put to a public vote from Dec. 12-18. People must “like” the original post photo to cast a vote. Be sure to like and follow the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page to keep up to date on the contest.

First, second and third place prizes will be awarded for the photos with the most votes.

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Winners will be announced Dec. 19. First place will receive a $100 credit on their December utility bill and $100 in Chamber Checks; second place wins a $75 credit on their December utility bill and $75 in Chamber Checks; and third place receives a $50 credit on their December utility bill and $50 in Chamber Checks.

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