Help Paulding Schools Win $100,000—Cast Your Vote by Noon Today

As of early Friday, the Felix family’s Dallas home led the pack in Patch’s Deck the House contest, but voting will remain open until noon Eastern Standard Time. The entry with the most votes will earn its local school system $100,000.

Students in the Paulding County School System may have a reason to celebrate when they return to classes on Jan. 7—or perhaps more accurately, 100,000 reasons.

That’s because the district could be mere hours away from securing the $100,000 grand prize in Patch’s Deck the House contest.

The Felix family’s Dallas home is the only Georgia entry among the 25 finalists in the contest, and if Patch users select it as the best “decked” home, then Paulding County Schools will receive $100,000.

Related news: Meet Our Finalist in Patch's 'Deck the House' Contest [VIDEO]

As of early Friday, the Paulding home held a nearly 600-vote lead over another solid entry—one from Coventry, R.I. But Patch users across the country have until noon EST to visit this page to browse a gallery of all finalists and cast a vote for their favorite.

You can vote for the Felix family’s entry at this link.

Voting results are posted in real time but will not be deemed official until the votes are reviewed and confirmed and a winner is announced. Patch officials are expected to announce a winner Saturday.

Return to Dallas-Hiram Patch for updates.

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