Vote For Campbell's Decked Out House

Campbell public schools could win $100,000 if one of the entries in Patch's Deck the House contest gets the most votes. Vote now and tell everyone you know to vote, too!


Spread the word! Campbell has an entry in Patch’s Deck the House contest, which could bring in $100,000 to Campbell’s public schools. Currently there is one entry—a cute looking home no less—and if we can get anyone and everyone to vote for them we stand a good chance of bringing in money to the school system.

Of all the entries Patch will narrow it down to 24 semi-finalists who will get up to $500 toward their December electric bill.

C’mon Campbell, GET OUT THE VOTE!

Go here to do it:http://deckthehouse.patch.com/contest/campbell/entries.

Thanks to Nickole D. for submitting her home to the contest. But don’t let that stop any of you from giving them competition. The more entries we get for Campbell, the better our chances are of bringing home that $100K!

Laurie December 14, 2012 at 07:03 AM
So "Christmas decorations" is now politically incorrect? Houses are "decked out" at Christmas, or rather during "the holidays" ... Heartbreaking this gradual undermining of Christian American tradition, so insidiously served up with a happy face on it. The socialist story of the grinch in this country will have no happy ending for our children, and our children's children. Christians and Americans need to speak up and keep this insidious theft of their future from continuing. It's Christmas. And it's "Christmas decorations." Period.
Lucy J. December 14, 2012 at 07:48 AM
Oh honey... lighten up. Nobody's making a political statement here. The contest needed a catchy name, they gave it one. End of story.


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