See the lights, roller skate tonight

Saturday to-do
2010-12-25T01:15:00Z See the lights, roller skate tonightBy the Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
December 25, 2010 1:15 am  • 

The Christian world stops its busy activity schedule for the most part today, as church is attended, presents are opened, and feasts are enjoyed.

St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 701 S. Wolcott, is among the many churches that invites anyone to join them for worship this morning at 10.

Services are handicapped accessible from our parking lot at Seventh and Durbin streets.  

Painted Past Productions and Century 21 Action Realty sponsored an outdoor lighting contest this season, with the proceeds going to Painted Past, which tours the world performing theatrical productions for children and adults at military bases overseas. The group also presents the popular historical tours in Casper during the summer, as well as the ghost and cemetery tours in the fall.

Here are this year's lighting contest winners:

Best in Evansville: 671 N. Buckskin Road. East of Evansville, north of Old Glenrock Highway in Brookhurst subdivision; home of Paul and Donna Feyhl.

Best Santa scene: 2262 Lexington Ave. Near Beverly and 21st; home of Brian Wagner.

Best of the west side: 2904 Bellaire. North of CY at light; home of Cody Gallinger.

Best of east side: 1090 Stafford. East of Wyoming Boulevard, off East 12th; home of Todd Beckstead.

Best of north Casper: 1044 N. Park. Corner of K and North Park; home of Robert and Pam Dahlstedt.

Most creative: 4501 E. 12th St. East of Wyoming Boulevard; home of Mark and Connie Stinson.

Most elegant: 1220 W. 30th St. Off of Poplar; home of the Roussalis's.

Grand prize: 3851 S. Oak. North of Wyoming Boulevard in the Deer Run subdivision; home of Dan and June Andrews.

The Wagon Wheel Roller Rink is open this evening from 7 to 11 p.m. For more information, call 265-4214 or www.wwskate.com

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