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Storefronts earn holiday awards

The Salisbury Community Appearance Commission recently selected winners for its second annual Holiday Storefront Decorations Awards.

At least 54 businesses created storefront seasonal displays. The winners:

* Best Overall Holiday Display — Textile Products, 114 and 121 N. Main St.

* Outstanding Public/Private Display — F&M Financial Center, 221 N. Main St., and A Step in Time, Easy Street.

* Best Themed Window Display — Rhonda’s Picture Place, 113 W. Fisher St.

* Best Display for Children — storefront at 106 S. Main St., owned by Steve and Lina Drinkard, and decorated by the adjacent shop, Stitchin’ Post Gifts.

* Most Creative Display — Queen’s Gifts, 125 S. Main St.

* Best Nostalgic Display — Salisbury Square Antiques, 111 S. Main St.

* Best New Shop Display — Caniche, 200 S. Main St.

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