North Burnett lights up
Our region’s Christmas Lights Competition winners announced
LOCALS dazzled children and adults alike by decking out their homes and businesses for the North Burnett 2018 Christmas Lights competition.
North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Cr Rachel Chambers said this year’s competition saw some outstanding displays.
Biggenden Hospital Auxiliary, Eidsvold Chamber of Commerce, Gayndah Rotary Club, Monto Magic Tourism Action Group, Mount Perry Sport and Rec Club, and Mundubbera Enterprise Association helped with judging and delivering the competition in their respective townships.
Winners and runners-up are as follows: BIGGENDEN
Best Residence: first Marie Jenner, second Craig & Narelle Smith, third Justin Vicary & Therese Jones
Best Business: first J&M Stradman Painting & Decorating, second Tony’s Bobcat and Fencing EIDSVOLD
Best Residence: first Mulkentine Family, second Peter & Berenice Anderson, third Marshall Family, Nathan
Best Business: first Burnett Butchery, second Eidsvold Newsagency GAYNDAH
Best Residence: first Thompson Family, second Kreis Family, third Shelly Shadford
Best Business: first Gunther Retirement Village, second Drayton’s Contracting
Best Residence: first Julianne Miller, second Michael & Mary Myles O’Reilly,third/ Encouragement Ashleigh-Rose Rollings, Val Haggarty
Best Business: first Ridgehaven Retirement Complex, second The Fox & the Hare – Hair Salon
Best Residence: first Roy Bassett, second Linda & Gary McIntyre, third Loreen & Victor Guirenko
Best Business: first Mt Perry Art Group, second Mt Perry Grand Hotel MUNDUBBERA
Best Residence: first Monica Seth, second Barry Latza, third Noel & Dell Taylor, Encouragement Sue Dowe
Best Business: first Mundubbera Hospital