Jackson Township
Cambria County, Pennsylvania

   

Jackson Twp. Light-Up Night

2007 Jackson Twp. Light-Up Night
Photo Gallery


Jackson Township Junior Girl Scout Troop 937
uses Cookie Boxes for ornaments


Girl Scouts stand proud next to their
newly decorated creation


Jackson Township Senior Center sports a patriotic theme
with a tribute to veterans
 

Jackson Township Lions Club tree
glistens with pure elegance!
Honorable Mention - Organizations & Groups Category

 


Jackson Township Troop 204 Boy Scouts
honoring veterans
Second Place -  - Organizations & Groups Category


Little ones admiring Boy Scout tree at night

Tri-Area Historical Society complete with laminated old
photos of Jackson Township and surrounding communities
 


Old fashioned Christmas lights on the Historical
Society tree reflect on photos of days gone by

State Representative Tom Yewcic & Staff sponsor
tree with ornaments representing Pennsylvania counties


Jackson Elementary PTO decorates their tree
with ornaments made by the children
3rd Place -  - Organizations & Groups Category
 

Jackson Township Community Rod & Gun Club
uses fishing bobbers, lures and hunting items as decorations

St. John Vianney CCD Class uses a religious theme
Fourth Place - Organizations & Groups Category

 


Singer Hill Grace Brethren Church decorated
with beautiful white snowflakes

Jackson Township Police Department tree a hit with
Light Up Night crowd.  Tree includes citations, handcuffs, other police items and a flashing light as a tree topper
First Place - Organizations & Groups Category
 

St. Pauls Lutheran Church includes fish made from CD's
emphasizing their theme "Fishers of Men"


St. Pauls Lutheran Church tree glows in white lights

Hey. . .here's a empty tree. . .can I have this one?
I think I will call this Eric's tree!
 
 

Mercik's Ideal Market done up in blue
Third Place - Business & Commercial Category

KFC in Ebensburg uses chicken cutouts and a bucket
for their tree topper.  The Colonel would be proud!
Fourth Place - Business & Commercial Category
 


Vantage Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
does a beautiful job including sockings with the
names of the employees


Tribune-Democrat is stunning by day and night.
Jackson Township reporter Julie Benamatti and Arlene Johns
who resides in the Township did the tree


Beautiful lights adorn Tribune-Democrat tree

The Final Touch Beauty & Nail Salon shows
creativity by decorating their tree with
various items that can be found in a beauty shop
Second Place - Business & Commercial Category
 
 


First National Bank of PA does their tree
in red, silver and blue


Mama Mia!  This tree from Vinco Pizza looks good
enough to eat!  All the ornaments were made
from actual pizza dough and then painted.  Great job!
First Place - Business & Commercial Category
 


Vinco Service Station tree includes miniature
cars and ornaments with the red, white and blue
colors representing the "Spirit" brand of gas
Honorable Mention - Business & Commercial Category


Espe Chiropractic creates a beautiful tree for
the Festival of Trees

 

 



Trees glisten in the autumn sun


Twenty-two trees created by local groups,
organizations, churches and businesses
line the shuffleboard court at Veterans Park
 



If you didn't attend Light Up Night, the trees
will be on display until January 7, 2008.  Lighting takes
place at 5:30 each evening


The trees are even more beautiful by
night than day


Crowd admires the creativity of the
decorating competition
 


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

 


Glowing lights from the Festival of Trees

There's nothing like a beautiful display of Christmas lights

 

 


This year, Light Up Night features between
15,000 and 20,000 lights
A blazing fire adds to the atmosphere of Light Up Night


Colored lights blend together against the night sky


Pretty trees all in a row
 


Onlookers admire beautifully decorated trees

A sea of white lights light up the fence and
bridge near
the Senior Center
 


A sight to behold


Jackson Twp. Troop 204 Boy Scouts along with
Mercik's Ideal Market serve up refreshments
 


John Lythgoe acts as engineer for the
model train
display


Santa, I want a Nintendo Wii for Christmas!


Kim Hirko and Tammy Baker act as Santa's little helpers

Carolers perform inside Senior Center



Pike Grace Brethren Carolers sing to put
everyone in the Christmas spirit!  St. John Vianney
Catholic Church also provided carolers



Entranceway to Senior Center done up with icicle lights

 



Lights glisten above a dusting of snow
 


Santa's reindeer and sleigh displayed this year at
Veterans Park thanks to the generosity of
Tim & Terri Davis


Santa's little lighting & decorating helpers. . Tim & Terri Davis (reindeer) with Al Slippy.  Thanks also to Al Pagano, Eric Reitler and anyone else who helped light up Veterans Park for 2007.  Plans are already underway for additional lights for next year.  If you would like to volunteer to help, just contact the Township office at 749-0725.

SEE WHO ELSE VISITED SANTA THIS YEAR!
 

   

Thanks to all those who helped make Light Up Night 2007 a huge success!

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