Winners of the 2007 Lightorama Computerized Displays unlimited
Winners of the 2006 "Lighten up" contest, hosted by the Town of
Presented to Martin & Andrew Lindsay
to commemorate RIAA certified multi-platinum sales of more than
2,000,000 copies of the lava/atlantic records album, cassette and
C.D. "Christmas Eve and Other Stories".
We'd like to thank Trans-Siberian Orchestra for this commemorative
award and congratulate them on such an achievement!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra created "Wizards in Winter",
which our light show danced to this past season.
Winners of the 2005 "Lighten up" contest, hosted by the Town of
Winners of the 2004 Worldwide Christmas Lighting
Ideas Incorporated sponsored the first ever worldwide outdoor
Christmas Lighting contest for 2004. There was cash and coupon prizes
plus the honour of being recognized as "The World's Best!" With
hundreds of entries from many different countries around the globe,
the competition was stiff and the judges agonized deciding who was
the best of the best. Martin and Andrew Lindsay from Canada teamed
up to make a great computerized display and shared the prize in
the 2004 Worldwide Decoration Contest standard category! Amazing!"
Winners of the 2004 "Lighten up" contest, hosted by
the Town of Markham. From left to right: Regional Councillor Bill
O'Donnell, Moira Lindsay, Harland Lindsay, Martin Lindsay, Ward 1
Councillor Stan Daurio, Mayor Don Cousens. (Andrew wasn't able to
"The Lindsay family of Thornhill, 2003 winners
of the best-lit house in Markham, are seen at the Lighten Up award
presentation at a recent Council meeting. Making the presentation
to the two Lindsay sons (from left) Ward 1 Councillor Stan Daurio,
Regional Councillor Bill O'Donnell and at right Mayor Don Cousens."
"On January 28, 2003 Markham Council recognized the
winners of the Town's Lighten Up contest (2002). Nominated by
residents, these are the best of thousands in our community who contributed,
through decorating their properties, to the significant joy of the