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Madison Outdoor Home Decorating Contest 2011

The Madison Chamber of Commerce will once again sponsor its Annual Outdoor Home Decorating Contest. 

This popular annual competition awards the top two winners with Chamber of Commerce Gift Checks valued at $100 as well as with special recognition plaques.  A variety of 12 themed categories sponsored by local businesses will also be rewarded.  Some of the categories being judged will be, “Most Elegant”, “Most Colorful”, “Best Sparkling Holiday” and “Most Traditional”. 

Registration forms for the contest are available at The Madison Pharmacy, 66 Main St.; Sprouts, 250 Main St.; The Provident Bank, 98 Main St. and Adams Dental, 303 Main St.  Residents may also contact the Chamber office at 973-377-7380 to receive a form by mail or by fax.

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All entries must be received by Friday, December 9.  Judging will take place on Monday, December 12 after 6pm. The awards ceremony will be held in The Chase Room at The Madison Public Library, 39 Keep Street on Wednesday, December 14 at 6:30pm.  All are welcome.

Residents throughout the borough are encouraged to participate in this traditional holiday event.

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