Seasonal spirit abounds in Deweyville home
Tami Clark, along with grandaughter Jenica Clark, overlook the snowmen and garland decorating the winding staircase of the Clark home in Deweyville, one of eight homes of the home tour.
Gingerbread men looking good enough to eat adorn the huge rock fireplace in the Clark kitchen and dining room.
There is no mistaking the holiday spirit found at the home of Dallas and Tami Clark. Their elaborate Deweyville residence fairly oozes celebration – and not only at Christmas.
From the spider webs hanging menacingly from multiple fireplaces on Halloween to the stately pilgrims and Indians gracing the formal dining room table at Thanksgiving, holidays definitely add to the ambiance of this newly constructed, 7,500-square foot home.
The Clark residence is one of eight homes being featured in this year’s Homes for the Holidays home show on Dec. 10, hosted by the Tremonton City Women’s Civic League.
From snowpeople to gingerbread men and sleighs to Santa Claus, the Clark home, dressed up for the holidays, is sure to draw crowds during the upcoming tour. And those callers will definitely find the most welcoming Christmas spirit coming from the homeowners themselves.
The home show runs from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10. Tickets are $7 in advance or $10 at the door. Contact Linda Kay Udy, 257-3654, or Iris Douglas, 257-5503.
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