The Athens Cultural Center and the Athens Garden Club are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Annual Holiday House Decorating Contest. The annual contest was open to Athens Village and Town residents.

The annual holiday contest brought in over 30 submissions. The members of the Athens Garden Club, established 1941, reviewed all submissions for the best holiday home presentation. “We drove around Athens to help us determine the winners. There were so many beautiful homes this year,” said Shirley Seipel, Athens Garden Club

The Athens Garden Club represents 79 years of civic pride and community involvement to benefit all the residents of Athens; while addressing environmental concerns with the protection of trees, wildflowers and birds.

First place for the Holiday House Decorating contest was awarded to Stephan and Martha Bradicich, 30 South Franklin Street. The holiday gift basket was generously donated by the Zimmermann family, proprietors of Black Horse Farms, located on Rt.9-W, Athens, New York. https://www.blackhorsefarms.com

The runners-up in the contest were, William and Amie Van Schaack,12 Murphy Drive; Brooke Lynski and Joe Landa, 20 North Warren Street; Alan and Corina Frisbee, 87 North Franklin Street and local business, 36 Second Street, Anh Le New York. Each runner-up was awarded a holiday cookie platter, prepared by The Athens Rooster and donated by the Athens Cultural Center, 24 Second Street, Athens, New York. https://www.athensculturalcenter.org

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