Update: Christmas Lights Contest!

Vote for your favorite:
https://forms.gle/RxCnYLXQCyzGEo3D6

Viewing Nominees:
Killearn Lakes residents can now view pictures of all the nominees (so far, you still have time to nominate homes) for the Christmas Lights Contest. This is for viewing only. You will not be able to vote on this site. Voting will be done on a different site which will be available soon. For viewing, please go to: https://martian63.wixsite.com/mysite.

Original Post:
December is upon us and the year is coming to an end. If you’re still shaking off the lethargy that comes from overeating on Thanksgiving, then there’s good news to get you up and outside. Your Killearn Lakes Homeowners Association is happy to announce that we will once again be holding a Christmas Lights contest. If you haven’t already, untangle the lights and put them back up (You did take them down after last season, right?).

Any house is eligible for submission, including renters, simply snap a photo and share it with admin@killearnlakeshoa.org along with the street address. Submissions will then be displayed on the Association's Facebook page. Prizes will be awarded for the top voted houses, including waving a year of membership dues. Submissions must be received by noon on Thursday, December 24th. A link to an online survey for voting will then be placed on both the KLHOA Facebook page and on the KLHOA Web site. Votes will be accepted between Saturday, December 26th and noon on Thursday, December 31st. Winners will be announced on Monday, January 4, 2021.

So, if the lights still aren’t up, or you feel like there was something that you weren’t sure you wanted to add, now is the time to take care of that. Clean your roof, trim your bushes, and cover them with festivity. We would also encourage everyone to not only view the houses online but take an evening or two and go for a slow cruise around the area with the family. See how much work and love people are putting up on display. It’s a great way to get out of the house and not have to worry if you're following any social distancing guidelines.