WOODBURN FLIPS THE SWITCH

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Holiday lights need to be on when the Woodburn Community Association judges the annual lighting contest from 6-9 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10. The contest is open to all businesses and residents with a Woodburn mailing address. Anyone not located inside Woodburn city limits is required to register to ensure they are not missed. There are two separate categories, one for businesses and one for homes. To register, stop in at Woodburn City Hall or contact Beth at (260) 466- 5976 or beth@indianawild.org. The contest will need the entrant’s name, physical address and mailing address if different. Woodburn will hold its annual lighted parade through the downtown the evening of Sunday, Dec. 3. Santa will light the tree at the clock tower. Festivities begin at 6 p.m.

Holiday lights need to be on when the Woodburn Community Association judges the annual lighting contest from 6-9 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10. The contest is open to all businesses and residents with a Woodburn mailing address. Anyone not located inside Woodburn city limits is required to register to ensure they are not missed. There are two separate categories, one for businesses and one for homes. To register, stop in at Woodburn City Hall or contact Beth at (260) 466- 5976 or beth@indianawild.org. The contest will need the entrant’s name, physical address and mailing address if different. Woodburn will hold its annual lighted parade through the downtown the evening of Sunday, Dec. 3. Santa will light the tree at the clock tower. Festivities begin at 6 p.m.