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The holiday season in Pettis County and Sedalia is an experience like no other. Residents throughout the area can be counted on to channel their inner Clark Griswold and string up hundreds of lights, fill inflatables and plug in the holographic projector.
A holiday light display is an opportunity to bring some good cheer to our friends and neighbors and the 2021 season is no different.
Ben and Aimee Jackson submitted this great photo of their home complete with stars, a Christmas tree, a lighted driveway, and a nativity scene.
Next up is a photo submitted by Cindy Crider. Her display includes inflatables, icicle lights hanging off her home's roofline, and a festive, lit-up walk to her front door.
And now we're off to a Christmas Candyland submitted by Josh Twenter. Josh's home is decked out in red and green with some snowmen inflatables, a big light-up Santa, and a Christmas tree filled with lights. I like that red and green are the primary colors used in his display.
We're still accepting entries to see who has the best lit-up holiday display in Pettis County / Sedalia. Think your house is one of the best decorated in the neighborhood? Send it to us and you could win $500!
We're accepting entries through Sunday night December 12 so you still have to create your own fantastic light display and try to win that $500 prize from Premier Climate Control and Townsquare Media Sedalia / Warrensburg. Don't forget to come back and check out new entries that we've added!
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With the holiday spirit in the air, it’s the perfect time to dive into the history of iconic holiday gifts. Using national toy archives and data curated by The Strong from 1920 to today, Stacker searched for products that caught hold of the public zeitgeist through novelty, innovation, kitsch, quirk, or simply great timing, and then rocketed to success.
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