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Holidays in the Sunshine State
  • Holiday Home from Brian Fluker, Winter Springs
  • Holiday Home from Ken and Sally Freeman
  • Holiday Home from Kelsey in Lake Mary
  • Holiday Home from Jessica DeBeaumont, 319 Sterling Lake Drive, Ocoee
  • Holiday Home from Argenis, 165 E. Tradewinds Road, Winter Springs
  • Holiday Home from Douglas and Theresa Toner, 4152 Bald Eagle Dr., Kissimmee
  • Holiday Home from Bryce Green, 7981 Snowberry Circle, Orlando, 32819
  • Holiday Home from Kevin and Richele Middleton, 2605 Slash Pine Court, Titusville, 32780
  • Holiday Home from Bret and Ashley Z., 1627 Orange Ave., Winter Park, 32789
  • Holiday Home from Michael Kohl, 2025 Swanson Dr., Deltona
  • This house is located at 2310 Tallyho Lane in Palm Harbor. (Terry Sprockett)
  • The Florida Botanical Gardens in Largo are lit up with holiday lights every night through Dec. 31.
  • Crowds gathered Friday night in downtown St. Petersburg for the annual lighting of the Christmas tree. (David Turner, staff)
  • Santa cruised into Shepard Park in Cocoa Beach and came ashore to take some pictures with kids and hand out candy canes. (Virgen Fantauzzi, Staff)
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Happy holidays from Madeira Beach! (Capt. Scottie, viewer)
  • The EOD robot helped Elf Polkey put a star on the Christmas tree at the Special Operations Center. (PHOTO/Seminole County Sheriff’s Office)
  • A Florida-style 'snowman' looks out over the Gulf of Mexico in Pass-A-Grille. (Photo: Debbie Davis, viewer)
  • Community leaders joined together on the Ocala Downtown Square for the Bring the Harvest Home holiday food drive, which garnered more than 6,000 pounds of food and toiletry donations. The Marion County Board of County Commissioners first held the campaign in 2011. (PHOTO/ Marion County Office of Public Information)
  • Marion County Fire Rescue firefighters collect donations from residents at the Bring the Harvest Home holiday food drive on Dec. 12, 2014. The Marion County Board of County Commissioners first held the campaign in 2011. (PHOTO/ Marion County Office of Public Information)
  • The felines at Big Cat Rescue pounced on their Christmas presents Tuesday at the sanctuary.
  • Rays outfielder Desmond Jennings serves up the team's annual Thanksmas meal at the Salvation Army in Tampa Tuesday night.
  • Santa uses Skype to communicate with hearing-impaired students using American Sign Language. The program is part of the American Sign Language class at Wesley Chapel High School.
  • For most of the year, Delwyn Collins works as a dishwasher in the kitchen at Tampa General Hospital, but when the holidays roll around, he becomes Santa to hundreds of foster children.
  • Laroy and Veronica Peyton set up their own Christmas Winter Wonderland at their home on MacDill Air Force Base.
  • Staff members at Home Instead Senior Care wrap presents that have been donated to the company through its Be a Santa to a Senior program. The company wants to donate gifts to 300 Lakeland seniors and still needs more gifts to meet that goal.
  • The Johnson home in St. Cloud is decorated with 38,000 lights that are synchronized to 14 different songs. (PHOTO/Bailey Myers, Staff)
  • Orlando Magic player Nikola Vucevic shops with a boy from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida. (PHOTO/Orlando Magic)
  • Orlando Magic player Victor Oladipo shops with a boy from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida. (PHOTO/Orlando Magic)
  • Orlando Magic player Elfrid Payton shops with a boys and girls from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida. (PHOTO/Orlando Magic)
  • On Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2104, students from each of the schools within the City of St. Cloud joined members of the St. Cloud Police Department for a few hours of shopping at Wal-Mart. (PHOTO/St. Cloud Police Department)
  • On Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2104, students from each of the schools within the City of St. Cloud joined members of the St. Cloud Police Department for a few hours of shopping at Wal-Mart. (PHOTO/St. Cloud Police Department)
  • On Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2104, students from each of the schools within the City of St. Cloud joined members of the St. Cloud Police Department for a few hours of shopping at Wal-Mart. (PHOTO/St. Cloud Police Department)
  • This house is decorated with more than 50,000 lights. The lights are on 6:30-9 p.m. and until 10 p.m. on weekends and Christmas Eve. To see the lights, stop by 1800 Mound Place S. in St. Petersburg. (Photo: Vicki Imbach)
  • Members of the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club brought more than 150 bikes to donate to needy children in their community this Christmas. (Photo: Summer Smith, staff)
  • The Anna Pavlova room is decorated in honor of the famous Russian ballerina and features hand-painted toe shoes and several antique tutus. (Photo: Ashley Jeffery, staff)
  • The Plant Museum Hotel in Tampa is decked out for the annual Victorian Christmas stroll. (Photo: Ashley Jeffery, staff)
  • The United States Postal Service released these Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer stamps. (PHOTO/United States Postal Service)
  • Bumble is one of the stamps in the released in the United States Postal Service Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer stamp set. (PHOTO/United States Postal Service)
  • Hermey with Rudolph is one of the stamps in the released in the United States Postal Service Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer stamp set. (PHOTO/United States Postal Service)
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