This year’s six winners for the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society’s annual Holiday Lights contest were:
- A home at 415 S. Windsor Blvd. won Most Spectacularly Decorated;
- The home at 425 N. McCadden Pl. won for Most Traditionally Decorated;
- The home at 300 S. Irving Blvd. won for Most Creatively and Colorfully Decorated; and, the home at 244 N. Gower St. won for Most Whimsically Decorated. Its decorations featured animal figures, twirling lollipops and blinking giant lights.
The Best Block went to 500 S. Muirfield Rd.
Best decorated store on Larchmont Blvd. went to DMH Aesthetics.
Sites to be judged were between Highland and Wilton and Melrose and Wilshire.
“Our only rule was that we could not give an award to any house that had won in the last two years,” said judge Juanita Kempe.
The winners will receive a certificate from the Historical Society.
Other judges were: Fluff McLean, Laura Cohen, Sandy Boeck, Patricia Rye, Connie Richey and Carrie Hayward.
“There were many houses considered for our judging, and we want to thank them all for their hard work and holiday spirit,” said Kempe.
Category: Real Estate