Certainly worth the visit



Gloria Lee is happy to welcome evening callers at her place at 5 Masonary Road and it's certainly worth a visit. Mrs Lee and her husband, Tim, have created a fairyland of lights, complete with a 'hot air' balloon and a singing, dancing Santa to fascinate young visitors. Mrs Lee said her husband had been converted to Christmas lights while they lived in Langker Place, when all the residents became involved in decorating the street and he now designed and constructed a different lighting design every year. The Lees' home is one of the first in the district to appear decked in its Christmas lights. Pacific Property Sales and other sponsors will launch the Christmas Lights Spectacular in the Coffs Coast Advocate tomorrow with a call for entries from householders. Voting forms will appear in the newspaper next week. Householders have a chance to win prizes in the competition and votes, which will cost $1 this year, will raise money for the Camp Quality in 2005.



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