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Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise The winner of the first-ever Festival of Lights contest, hosted by the Harlan County Arts Council, was the mother and daughter team of Iva Doepel and Deborah Tyree, both of Chevrolet. Over 40 names were submitted to be judged for the Christmas lights contest, which members of the Harlan County Arts Council hope to become an annual tradition with a traveling trophy for each residence that wins. But this year, it was the mother and daughter team who took top honors with their dazzling light display on their house and in their yard, which is located off of KY 2074. Doepel and Tyree said it took them months to get the lights up and decorations organized, but the labor was worth it because of the many smiling faces — particularly those of children — that they see nightly leading up to Christmas.


Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise

The winner of the first-ever Festival of Lights contest, hosted by the Harlan County Arts Council, was the mother and daughter team of Iva Doepel and Deborah Tyree, both of Chevrolet. Over 40 names were submitted to be judged for the Christmas lights contest, which members of the Harlan County Arts Council hope to become an annual tradition with a traveling trophy for each residence that wins. But this year, it was the mother and daughter team who took top honors with their dazzling light display on their house and in their yard, which is located off of KY 2074. Doepel and Tyree said it took them months to get the lights up and decorations organized, but the labor was worth it because of the many smiling faces — particularly those of children — that they see nightly leading up to Christmas.

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Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise The winner of the first-ever Festival of Lights contest, hosted by the Harlan County Arts Council, was the mother and daughter team of Iva Doepel and Deborah Tyree, both of Chevrolet. Over 40 names were submitted to be judged for the Christmas lights contest, which members of the Harlan County Arts Council hope to become an annual tradition with a traveling trophy for each residence that wins. But this year, it was the mother and daughter team who took top honors with their dazzling light display on their house and in their yard, which is located off of KY 2074. Doepel and Tyree said it took them months to get the lights up and decorations organized, but the labor was worth it because of the many smiling faces — particularly those of children — that they see nightly leading up to Christmas.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Lights-winner.jpgChris Jones | Daily Enterprise The winner of the first-ever Festival of Lights contest, hosted by the Harlan County Arts Council, was the mother and daughter team of Iva Doepel and Deborah Tyree, both of Chevrolet. Over 40 names were submitted to be judged for the Christmas lights contest, which members of the Harlan County Arts Council hope to become an annual tradition with a traveling trophy for each residence that wins. But this year, it was the mother and daughter team who took top honors with their dazzling light display on their house and in their yard, which is located off of KY 2074. Doepel and Tyree said it took them months to get the lights up and decorations organized, but the labor was worth it because of the many smiling faces — particularly those of children — that they see nightly leading up to Christmas.
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