Area homes decked out in red, white and blue for holidays

Herald staff

Here are locations that Herald readers have shared for those who want to see holiday lighting displays:

n 2704 94th Pl. SE, Everett. A large American flag on the roof, candy canes in the yard.

n Red, white and blue lights are up at 13501 29th Ave. SE, Bothell.

n 21015 72nd Ave. SE, Snohomish, mixture of Christmas decorations including a Nativity scene and red, white, and blue lights with a white star suspended from a flag pole.

n Neighbors report that a lot of love and effort has gone into a holiday display at 811 109th St. SE, Everett.

n Thousands of lights are up at the Snohomish Chalet, 1705 Terrace Ave., Snohomish. Santa and his elves are out weekends at this walking display of lights and moving parts.

n Bunnies to pet, hot drinks and cookies are a part of a big display at 412 Vernon Road, Everett. Outdoor lighted solid-color trees around a pond and waterfall village. A life-size Nativity scene is included.

n Penguins carrying flags, tin soldiers, and the four-car train, the Ollie Express, can be viewed at the 4113 124th St. SE, Everett home of Frank, Kay and Ollie Jellenek.

n 739 Edmonds St., Edmonds. A life-size Nativity scene and thousands of lights.

n 2827 Wetmore Ave., Cherri Lynn Hair business, a patriotic Christmas tree in the front window, with a flag on top.

n The 3700 and 3800 blocks of 228th Place SW in Brier. Several roofs have Santas and flags, and donations are accepted to help the community food bank. Santa and Mrs. Claus will make visits each evening today through Christmas Eve.

n A patriotic theme is up at 1796 Goat Trail Loop Road and at 1625 Goat Trail Loop Road in Mukilteo.

n Great lights at 9515 66th Dr. NE, Marysville, say the neighbors.

n Jim Glover’s house, 9009 Highway 92, is decorated with more than 4,000 lights.

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