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The Pipestone Flyer was very honoured to once again be a part of the judging panel for the 2012 New Sarepta Christmas Lights Competition.  

Two categories were open for entries and they were urban residential and country residential. It was a difficult decision to make as all the entries were fabulous and owners put a lot of time and effort into their displays, being a competition someone had to come out on top, so we are happy to announce that the 2012 winners are Lise Marchand and Roch Benoit located at 510 Schlender in New Sarepta who won the Urban Residential category , and Angie and Fred Reed located at #40, 50509 RR221 who won the Country Residential category (above photo). (Lorna Lowe)

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