Holiday lights

A list of properties where residents have decorated for the holidays.

  • Dec. 11, 2012 8:00 a.m.

Take a drive or a walk to see the efforts people have made to decorate their homes and yards.

 

In no particular order:

2145 Firwood Pl.

2412 Mountain Height Dr.

7244 Francis Rd.  (Food Bank donation box)

6847 Burr Rd.

6771 Foreman Heights (Food Bank donation box)

6720 Nott Place (off Townsend Rd.)

2458 Driftwood Pl.

1564 Whiffen Spit Rd.

2214 Tara Pl.

2392 Poplar Dr.

7244 Francis Rd.  (Food Bank donation box)

1748 Whiffen Spit Rd.

1797 Whiffen Spit Rd.

6724 Steeple Chase

Get your home on the list by calling 250-642-5752 or email the editor at: editor@sookenewsmirror.com

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