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Get your lights on: Contest awards homes with best Christmas lights

Christmas lights contest
NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE

Tim Gray's home at 313 Powder River Road took third place in Prudential Montana Real Estate's first annual "Get Your Lights On" Christmas lights contest. The lights at Gray's home are programmed to flash with music. Gray says it takes him about eight hours to program the lights to coordinate with one minute of music.

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Christmas Lights 2011

This table shows Christmas lights displays entered into the Prudential Montana Real Estate "Get Your Lights On" contest for 2011.

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Place Address
First Place 7776 Leverich Road, Bozeman, MT
Second Place 444 Coral Drive, Belgrade, MT
Third Place 313 Powder River Avenue, Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 70 Cayuse Trail, Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 4330 Graf St., Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 127 W. Cameron Bridge Road, Belgrade, MT
Runner Up 1010 Northern Pacific, Belgrade, MT
Runner Up 1008 E. Gallatin, Belgrade, MT
Runner Up 4111 Reese Creek Road, Belgrade, MT
Runner Up 19 Sundance Trail, Four Corners, MT
Runner Up 411 Teton Avenue, Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 8670 Fowler Avenue, Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 1062 Oak Street, Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 605 N. Rouse Ave., Bozeman, MT
Runner Up 7666 Stagecoach Trail Rd, Manhattan, Gallatin, Montana 59741
Runner Up 506 Date Street, Three Forks, MT
Runner Up 24 W. Front St, Three Forks, MT
Runner Up 11 W. Front St., Three Forks, MT
Runner Up 522 Fifth Avenue East, Three Forks, MT

For 15 years, Scott Miller has been decorating his home for the holiday season with eye-catching lights and displays.

They include homemade wooden cutouts of Montana’s big game animals, such as moose, sheep, goats and elk. Miller also has blowups, a teeter totter, Santa Claus, snowmen and penguins — his daughter’s favorite animal.

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This map shows Christmas lights displays entered into the Prudential Montana Real Estate "Get Your Lights On" contest for 2011. Click on any of the markers to see a photo and the address of the light display.

The top three finishers in the contest are marked with stars.

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