Photo by Sue Watson
The law office of Shirley Byers, winner for the Best Door, is located in downtown Holly Springs.
First place in Best House went again this year to Perry and Beth Breithaupt.
Buford’s Furniture Co. won first place in Best Commercial category.
Alma Bowen won Best Yard again this year.
Mrs. John Ward won second place in Best Yard.
Second place in Best House went to Carole Jean Taylor.
Court Square Inn Bed and Breakfast won second place in Best Commercial.
Main Street recognizes lighting contest winners
The Holly Springs Main Street Chamber has announced 10 lighting contest winners.
The categories are Best House, Best Yard, Best Door and Best Commercial.
First place winner in Best House lighting is Perry and Beth Breithaupt on North Walthall, a long-time favorite. Second place is Carole Jean Taylor on Chulahoma Avenue, also a past winner, and third place is Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Holt (Hamilton Place) at the end of S. Memphis Street.
First place in Best Yard is Alma Bowen of Slayden Street. Second place Best Yard goes to Mrs. John Ward on Salem Avenue. Third place Best Yard is awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holbrook on Coopwood Drive.
Best Door winner is Byers Law Firm on Van Dorn on the downtown square.
In the Commercial category, Buford’s Furniture Company on North Market Street is the first-place winner.
Court Square Inn Bed and Breakfast on East College Avenue on the downtown square takes second place. Third place goes to Willow Bend Animal Clinic on Highway 4 East.