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The holiday decorations and light displays of St. Louis Hills never fail to impress. Each year seems to attract more and more visitors from the neighborhood and beyond. Judging these spectacular displays is never an easy task. This year the judges nominated a total of 53 individual houses for awards! A change in this year’s rules required that all winners be active members of the neighborhood association. Judges are also tasked with nominating homes from each section of the neighborhood. The ten individual home award winners for the 2021 season are the following,
-6493 Rhodes, Bethany Heck
-6494 Rhodes, Tina Baraba
-62 Wilmore, Cheryl and Gary Steffens
-6555 Murdoch, Mary and Ben Moramarco
-5220 Tamm, Kory and Patrick Hinrichs
-4716 Prague, Stacy and Russ Smith
-6544 Neosho, Janice Starbuck and Tom Scheifler
-6612 Neosho, Megan and Greg Santacruz
-6246 Delor, Ellen and Robert Willner
-5815 Walsh, Mary Kay and Scott Kirchner
In addition to these ten homes, one multifamily property, 5815 Nottingham won the award for Best Decorated Multi-Family Property. Hope United Church was the recipient of this year’s Best Decorated Business Award.
Judges admired the vast number of bushes strung with lights around the property. Three beloved blocks, Candy Cane Lane (6500 Murdoch), Angel Avenue (4700 Prague), and Snowflake Street (6500 Neosho) rounded out the winners of the Best Decorated Block Award. Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees!