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Make Sure to 'Light Up' Tonight for Lake Como’s Holiday Decorating Contests

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“Light Up Lake Como” holiday decorating contests for homes and businesses will be held Thursday, December 21, with judging beginning at 6 p.m. Watch for the trolley of judges traveling through town.
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Lake Como T-shirts come in four colors and are priced at $10 each, with proceeds benefiting the borough’s tourism commission.
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LAKE COMO, NJ — Beginning tonight at 6 o'clock, judging will take place for the borough’s “Light Up Lake Como” holiday decorating contest.

The mayor and council will tour the borough in a trolley in search of the best holiday displays on homes and businesses. While prizes will be awarded to the winners in the home decorating contest, the top business will receive a free ad in the borough’s 2018 calendar. Winners will be announced tomorrow and their displays posted on the borough's Facebook page.

As long as there as seats, anyone is invited to ride on the trolley, which will board at 6 p.m. sharp at Bar Anticipation at 703 16th Avenue.

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Support Tourism: Buy Lake Como T-Shirts  

Lake Como T-shirts are still available at borough hall, 1740 Main Street. They are available in four colors and range in size from small through 3XL. Priced at $10 each, proceeds benefit the borough’s tourism commission.

For more information on both borough-related items, contact Deputy Borough Clerk Amy Boney at aboney@boro.lake-como.nj.us or 732-681-3232, ext. 203.

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