The winning home of the Hope Christmas Lights contest is at 20055 Cypress Street. (Submitted photo)

Lighting up Hope for Christmas

Winners of annual lighting contest announced

It’s beginning to look just like Christmas, everywhere you turn in Hope.

Dozens of houses around town have put up beautiful and whimsical Christmas light displays, and many of them competed in a contest earlier this month.

The winners are 20055 Cypress Street for residential displays, and Artisans Attic at 326 Wallace Street for business displays.

Second place residential winners are 65587 Dogwood Drive for residential displays, and the Cat’s Meow at 322 Wallace Street for business displays.

Other notable addresses are 66462 Summer Road, 821 6th Avenue (Rolling Pin Bakery), 285 Water Avenue, 685 Willow Street, 416 Third Avenue, and 63675 Walnut Drive.

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Second place went to 65587 Dogwood Drive. (Submitted photo)

Hope is full of homes lit up for the Christmas holidays, including this home at the corner of Yale and Thacker. (Jessica Peters/ Hope Standard)

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