Christmas Lights Winners Shine
The winners of the North Burnett Regional Council 2017 Christmas Lights competition have been determined.
North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Cr Rachel Chambers said this year’s competition saw some fantastic entries and it was a difficult job for the judges to decide on the winners.
Cr Chambers said a lot of imagination and hard work had gone into the displays which many families enjoyed viewing.
“It was wonderful to see residents lighting up their homes and businesses purely for the enjoyment of others,” Cr Chambers said.
The North Burnett 2017 Christmas Lights winners and runners-up are:
|Best Residence||1st||Paul & Melanie Smith|
|2nd||Justin & Therese Vicary|
|3rd||Phil & Del Myers|
|Best Business||1st||Stradmann Painting|
|Best Residence||1st||Melissa Blucher|
|2nd||Dan &Trindy Mulkentine|
|3rd||Todd & Sheridan Newman|
|Best Business||No entrants|
|Best Residence||1st||Babington family|
|Best Business||1st||Central & Upper Burnett District Home for the Aged|
|Best Residence||1st||Mary O’Reilly (Kalpowar)|
|Best Business||1st||Monto Family Refreshment Café & Restaurant|
|2nd||Monto Information Centre|
|Best Residence||1st||Vicki & Krystal Geddes|
|2nd||Keith & Jasmin Greig|
|3rd||Garry & Linda McIntyre|
|Best Business||1st||Mt Perry Museum|
|2nd||Kauri & Barry Latza|
|3rd||Katrina & Andrew Cekanauskas|
|Encouragement||Scott & Amanda Tebbit|
|Best Business||1st||Mundubbera Butchering Co|
Council would like to congratulate this year’s winners as well as all residents and businesses who made the effort to add a bit of sparkle to their homes and businesses this Christmas.
Council acknowledges the support of community groups including the Biggenden Apex Club, Eidsvold Chamber of Commerce, Gayndah Rotary Club, Monto Magic Tourism Action Group, Mount Perry Sport & Recreation Club and Mundubbera Enterprise Association for their assistance with judging and delivering the 2017 Christmas Light Competition in their respective townships.