One neighborhood had a little more holiday spirit than all the other Canyon Lake neighborhoods in two back-to-back holiday events – the Parade of Lights and the Waterfront Holiday Display Competition. Both events were sponsored by the Yacht Club.
Yacht Club Vice Commodore Ron Wilbur recently presented the awards to the Lucky Cove neighborhood for Best Neighborhood Boat in the 38th annual Parade of Lights and Most Outstanding Neighborhood in the first-ever Waterfront Holiday Display Competition.
Two groups of independent judges were tasked with judging these events. No Yacht Club members were involved in the judging.
Representing many of the Cove View neighborhood homeowners were Mike and Kim Duffy, Joanna Uhler, Becky Bassett, Janette Cahoon, Julie Stickles, and Faye Wilbur.
Each participating home in the cove featured a word spelled out in lights that represents the Christmas spirit, such as love, hope, faith, peace, and jolly.
Resident Kathy Blakemore credits the competitions for bringing her neighbors together. “These events brought the neighbors in our cove closer together as we planned and coordinated for the competitions,” she said.
“The community spirit exampled by this one neighborhood is a great encouragement for all Canyon Lake neighborhoods,” Wilbur said. “The Lucky Cove folks said they’re ready to take on all competitors again next year as they work to defend their awards.”
The homeowners of Lucky Cove announced that they will be decorating their waterfront homes for upcoming events, including Valentine’s Day, Memorial Day, and Independence Day.
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