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Pleasant View Christmas Decorating Contest

Have you heard about the Christmas decorating contest in Pleasant View?  Over 35 businesses and several homes entered!  The best decorated home and the best decorated business will each win a $500 gift card!  The deadline to enter has passed.  Judging takes place the week of December 1, and winners will be announced at the Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting on December 9.

Check out a map of all the businesses and homes that entered the contest.

Ashland City Christmas Decorating Contest

Community Bank & Trust is sponsoring a home and business Christmas decorating contest within the city limits of Ashland City.  The best decorated home and the best decorated business will each win $250!  The deadline to enter is November 28.  Judging takes place the weekend of December 5, and winners will be announced at the Ashland City Council meeting on December 9 at 6 p.m.

Want to enter?  Be sure to complete the entry form and get it to us before the deadline!  Entry forms are also available at the Town of Ashland City's office behind the courthouse and at Community Bank & Trust's Ashland City branch.  You're going to decorate anyway.  Why not make a little extra spending money?

Want to learn about more Christmas events in Cheatham County?

It's Almost Christmas in Cheatham County

Santa and Rudolph

Throughout November, we're asking Cheatham County businesses to collect new books, games, sports equipment, and toys for children in need in our area.

In south Cheatham County (Pegram/Kingston Springs), all items will be distributed to the Ark Resource & Assistance Center in Pegram for its Angel Tree program.

In north Cheatham County (Pleasant View, Ashland City, Joelton), all items will be given to Christmas Anonymous, a program of Ashland City Civitan.

If your business would like to participate, please call Brandi at the Chamber office at 615.792.6722 or email her.  Feel free to download a flyer you can post and/or distribute (flyer for south Cheatham and north Cheatham).