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Christmas Cove 2014 Gearing Up for Christmas

Christmas Cove 2014 Gearing Up for Christmas GULL LAKE SouthWest Saskatchewan Tourism  Community Christmas Cove

The Gull Lake Campground is being transformed into what will be one of our best Christmas displays so far.  The entries so far are as follows:

Gull Lake Seniors
Gull Lake Line dancers
St. Anne’s Catholic Church
Communities in Bloom Committee
InCyte Environmental
Town of Gull Lake
Apex Distribution
Gull Lake and District Kinsmen
Gull Lake & District Ambulance Service
Student Leadership Council (Gull Lake School)
Husky Energy
Advanced Waste Solutions
Gull Lake Greyhounds
Innovation Credit Union
Gibson Energy
The Advance

Individuals, families, friends, companies, teams and service groups are invited (and challenged!) to create a festive holiday display in the Gull Lake Campground.

Sites are $20 each, with a limit of 2 sites per entry. Each individual or team is responsible for planning, funding and setting up their displays.

Christmas Cove will be lit up for the first time on December 1, and will illuminate the nights until January 1st.

Even if you choose not to enter a site, take 10 minutes to drive through the Cove during December and enjoy the displays.

You may claim your Christmas Cove site beginning November 1. Only 33 sites are available, so get yours while you can! Contact Sara at the Rec Office at 672-4449 or



Christmas Cove 2014 Gearing Up for Christmas GULL LAKE SouthWest Saskatchewan Tourism  Community Christmas Cove

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