Port Angeles: Chamber seeking bright holiday lights

LOS ANGELES — Planning a stunning light display for the holidays?

The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce wants your address for a map that will be published in the Peninsula Daily News on Dec. 2 and Dec. 9 showing the city’s decorated homes.

There is also a contest, sponsored by the PDN and Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty, with prizes for best use of lights, most creative use of lights and best overall.

To nominate a home –yours or someone else’s — send the address, including the nearest cross street), a description of the display and the name and phone number of the decorator(s) to NorthWest Harbor Holiday Lights, Port Angles Chamber of Commerce, 121 E. Railroad Ave., Port Angeles WA 98362.

Alternately, phone the information to 360-452-2363, e-mail it to harborholidays@portangeles.org., or fax it to 457-5380.

Also, let the chamber know if the neighborhood is working together on a theme.

The deadline is Monday, Nov. 26.

Your lights might not be up by then, but tell the chamber if you have big plans.

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