Gingerbread house display created by St. Bonaventure students
The sixth-graders at St. Bonaventure School took their annual gingerbread house project to a new level this year by entering them into the 11th Annual Gingerbread House Display and Competition at PPG Place Wintergarden. Twenty-five students used 47 pounds of frosting — the Royal Icing recipe as required by the competition guidelines — and hundreds of candies, cookies and other sweet treats like cotton candy and a ton of creativity to construct their colorful abodes.
They will be on display at PPG from Nov. 22 to Jan. 7.
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