It was this display at 1206 Emerson Street that was judged the 1st place winner in The Sheridan Press Residential Christmas Decorating Contest by an independent panel of Sheridan residents. As the 1st place winner Earl Vogt receives a $300 gift certificate from Landon's Greenhouse & Nursery.
How about this "showboat" of decorations at the Powder Horn south of Sheridan? This display captured 2nd place in the Residential Lighting Contest for which Kenneth and Nicole Gore received a $200 gift certificate from Landon's Greenhouse & Nursery.
The third place winner in The Sheridan Press Residential Christmas Decorating Contest that received a $100 gift certificate from Landon's Greenhouse & Nursery. Adam Zimmer's winning display is located at 643 Kingfisher Avenue - going west on Loucks Street turn right onto Osprey Blvd. and then left on Kingfisher to enjoy the view.
Honorable Mention went to 73 Red Fox Drive in The Sheridan Press Residential Christmas Decorating Contest. You can get to Red Fox Drive by turning right off of West Loucks Street or by turning right off of the Golf Course Road - either way works especially when the roads are not covered with ice and snow.
Pretend if you will that it's a North Star instead of a street light that shines down on this honorable mention award for decorating - just missing the 3rd place $100 award presented by Landon's Greenhouse & Nursery in the Sheridan Press Residential Christmas Decorating Contest. If you drive up West 8th Street you can't miss seeing 1212 Parker Avenue as it is on the corner of 8th and Parker.
Perhaps within walking distance to many is this illuminated corner at 15 North Sheridan Avenue. It is just across the street from the now vacant, former Central Middle School property - just east of the old football field.