Zionsville Village Residents’ Association

2020 Seventh Annual Holiday Decorating Contest



Seven years ago, The Zionsville Residents Association ( started inviting Zionsville residents and businesses to show off their holiday decorating knowhow by entering this friendly competition that highlights Zionsville’s great Christmas spirit. Everyone enjoys a little competition and what better way than to show off your home or business all decked out for the holidays.

The ZVRA is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Seventh Annual Holiday Decorating Contest!  The team of judges were “wowed” seeing everyone’s creative efforts in making Zionsville sparkle this holiday season. Decision making was made difficult with so many creative entries. We would love to see even more in 2021! Here are the winners! Ribbons will be distributed and bragging rights are all theirs! Please take some time this holiday season to visit the winners and thank them for their participation.

Neighbor’s Choice Award Winners:

  • First Place – Susan Danner, 150 W. Walnut (theme “Ugly Sweaters!”)
  • Second Place – John & Anne Gill, 190 N. Main (theme “A Colonial Christmas”)
  • Third Place TIE – Chris Bias, 765 Hawthorne St. and Monique Schnabel, 180 N. Main St.

VRA Residential Contest Winners:

GRAND PRIZE:    Susan Danner, 150 W. Walnut St. 

  • Tied for First Place: Chris Bias, 765 Hawthorne St.  and The Zack Family, 290 N. Main, Theme “Christmas Joy”
  • Tied for Second Place: John & Anne Gill 190 N. Main St. Theme “A Colonial Christmas”  and Brad & Monique Schnabel 180 N. Main St. Theme “The Comfort of Tradition”
  • Third Place: Martha Osterhaus, 140 N. Main St. 

Fairy Gardens
GRAND PRIZE WINNER     John & Anne Gill 190 N. Main St. Theme “A Very Fairy Christmas”

  • First Prize:  Eric & Kathleen Siegmann, 495 W. Ash St. Theme “The Forest”

Special Award for 2020

  • Best Lighting  Sergio & Melanie Negrin, 115 S. Lexington Ct. Theme Lights of Hope in the Darkness of 2020”

 VRA Business decorating contest entries: 

GRAND PRIZE:  The Flower Shop, Donna Lennox Hobson, 70 S. Main St. Theme “Magical Inspiration”

  • First Place: Allure Salon, Melissa Ingersoll, 100 S First St.—Theme “Country Home Christmas”
  • Second Place:  Midwest Jewelers, Brian McCall, 190 S. Main St. Theme “Hometown”
  • Tied for Third Place:  Brick Street Inn, Breanna Delucenay, 175 S. Main St. Theme “Classic Christmas”  and CV Art and Frame, Rhonda Crawshaw, 110 S. Main St. Theme “Christmas Art   Land”

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