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The Electric Elf is looking for lights!

It’s that time of year again. Christmas Carols fill the air and the nights are filled with the smell of wood smoke and the soft shine of Christmas lights.

Every family has their traditions, whether they deck out their own house with lights, hang a wreath from the door, or place lights in the windows. They may look at the lights of their next door neighbors, walk down the road to see a special display or take to the road, driving around town to find the house with the best twinkle and sparkle.

Whatever your tradition is, if there are lights you find yourself coming back to, year after year, the Electric Elf wants to know. We’re searching out the best displays in the county to share with everyone. If you know of a display that’s unique, extravagant or breathtaking, contact reporter Rebecca Rider at rebecca.rider@salisburypost.com or 704-797-4264.

Recommendations will be accepted through Dec. 15, with a list of the top sites running before Christmas Day.

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