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Edison Hosts 8th Annual Best-Decorated Home Contest

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EDISON, NJ – Mayor Thomas Lankey and the Township Council are making a list and will be checking it twice before they award this year's prizes for homes judged to be best-decorated for the 2016 holiday season.

The township is accepting applications from participants through Friday, Dec. 16th for Edison's  8th Annual Holiday House Decorating Contest.  Judging, based on on originality and creativity, will occur take place Dec. 20-22. Owners of the top three best homes will win gift cards to area restaurants.

Applications are available at the Stelton Community Center, 328 Plainfield Ave., the Minnie B. Veal Community Center, 1070 Grove Ave. or the Recreation Department's main office in Edison Town Hall.

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Applications may also be downloaded from www.edisonnj.org under the Township newsletter “Entertaining Edison,” on the “Community Board.”

For more information, the Recreation Office can be contacted daily at (732) 248-7312.

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