Light up the lake

Volunteers decorate the beachhouse at Dutch Lake in time for Christmas

Clearwater councillors Shelley Sim and Jon Kreke install Christmas lights at Dutch Lake.

Clearwater councillors Shelley Sim and Jon Kreke install Christmas lights on top of the beachhouse at Dutch Lake on Friday.

“It looks a little rough during the day but at night, it was pretty,” said Sim. “It would be nice if this was expanded on for next year.  I would LOVE to see lights in the trees, Santa on the roof with trees and snowmen etc.  It could be super fun and carried on through the town.”

Marg Sunderman and Dutch Lake Resort donated the lights. Students at Clearwater Secondary School made the sign.

 

 

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