Environmentally friendly Springs property wins household decorating contest
CLYDE —The Clyde Halloween Committee declared the winners of the Halloween Property Decoration Contest.
Initially position went to Chris and Sheila Potter, 103 Ken Lee Travel, Inexperienced Springs, for their distinctive awareness to detail Halloween topic. Next place went to Don Brown, 124 E. St., Clyde, for the Ghoul’s Pumpkin Patch Factory, and third location to Brad and Emily Extremely, 101 Tara Travel, Clyde, for a one of a kind Creepy Carnival with the help of Affinity Weddings and Events, Home Garden USA.
The contest was open to citizens in the Clyde-Inexperienced Springs University District. Other entries were 505 S. Major St., 126 E. Cherry St., and 424 Race St. in Clyde.
Numerous other Clyde houses are decorated for Halloween but did not enter the contest. Volunteers from the Clyde Vocation Girls participated as judges.