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Tour of lights

There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer. Below is just a sampling of the many beautiful displays in our area. Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!

A.    427 Northland Drive, near the corner of South Street and Northland. See the 90-foot evergreen Christmas tree at the Reep family home.
B.    65 E. Muskegon, corner of First and Muskegon Streets. The home of Larry and Audrey Young is a classic home decorated with style.
C.    Downtown Cedar Springs is aglow with lights and decorations on the lampposts, and the Christmas tree and a nativity scene is on the corner of Main and Ash.
D.    Check out Cedar Pub at 69 S. Main in Cedar Springs.
E.    The home at 6810 17 Mile, on the corner of 17 Mile and Stout, has a beautiful display of lights.
The Cedarfield Community next to Meijer on 17 Mile, has several homes decorated:
F.    13617 Safflower Lane (home of Pat and Jack Marsh)
G.    13694 Safflower Lane (home of Ed and Jan Hopkins)
H.    13670 Safflower Lane (home of Frank and Betty Maguire)
13622 Snapdragon Lane (home of Delores Matulis)

If you’ve decorated your home, or see one you like, send us the address and we’ll add it to our Tour of lights! Email us at postnews@charter.net with Tour of Lights in the subject line.

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