The residence of Ken and Bev Smith is decked out for Christmas and ready for interested spectators. This year the couple added 30 new panels with festive depictions of Disney characters and seven inflatable decorations for people to enjoy. Those who want to check out the display can visit 377 Riverview Cres. in Clearwater. Pictured, Bev points to the “Check out the display” sign while Ken looks on. Photo by Jaime Polmateer

Check out the display

Smith residence ready for spectators

The residence of Ken and Bev Smith is decked out for Christmas and ready for interested spectators. This year the couple added 30 new panels with festive depictions of Disney characters and seven inflatable decorations for people to enjoy. Those who want to check out the display can visit 377 Riverview Cres. in Clearwater.



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