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Light Up Moses Lake

by CHARLES H. FEATHERSTONE
Staff Writer | December 7, 2020 1:00 AM

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Connor Christiansen, a missionary with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, stands in Sinkiuse Square Friday evening ready to take donations of food, clothing and toys as part of the Light Up Moses Lake contest and fundraiser.

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Connor Christiansen (left) and Jakob Peterson (right), both missionaries with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, stand in Sinkiuse Square Friday evening ready to take donations of food, clothing and toys as part of the Light Up Moses Lake contest and fundraiser.

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Bruce Bailey, the owner of Roost in Downtown Moses Lake.

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Brady Wiltbank's home at 4211 Lakeshore Drive, one of the homes entered in the Light Up Moses Lake contest.

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Two tall trees in front of Brady Wiltbank's home on Lakeshore Drive in Moses Lake.

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More decorations in front of Brady Wiltbank's home in Moses Lake.

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An inflatable snowman in front of the LocalTel on Broadway, one of 10 businesses that entered the Light Up Moses Lake contest on Friday.

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Detail of the city tree in Sinkiuse Square on Friday.

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Lights hanging from the awnings in front of Roost on Friday.

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Detail of the Christmas tree inside Roost Cafe.

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake

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Photo Courtesy of Light Up Moses Lake