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12B Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001 Buiiebn, Progressive. /"." ~: k/" ):~ 9-:," Hours of work went into this grand prize winner by Harlee Keller, 8, and Tina Love, her adult partner. Real gingerbread was baked for the house. It also had real lights inside, and tiny Christmas lights lined the pretzel fence. Gingerbread houses can be just as fanciful as the builder's imagination and low, and evidently, the construction worker on this one had plenty of good Gingerbread contest winners announced The entries just keep get- ting better in what has be- i come an annual event with gingerbread decorations at the Plumas County Museum in Quincy. " Organized by Lloyd Woods, i this year, the competition in- whO'~'~jted particil~make a Judges Frank Carey, Lloyd Woods and Zona Morgan had a tough time deciding gingerbread h /ut it ats the winners were in this year's competitien. The Judging took place last Friday. added a gingerbread Chara: A special guide to Plumas County service groups, clubs & organizations Please fill out this form and mail it or drop it off at any of our offices by Tuesday, January 22, 2002, at 1 P.M. Organization Name: Meeting place, Time: Contact person/phone number: Brief description of the group's activities, etc. (it you need more space please attach a separate piece of paper.) 555 W. Main Street, Quincy, Ca 283-0800 135 Main Street, Chester 258-3115 ter decorating aspect to the contest. This year's first-place win- ners were Harlee Keller, 8, and adult helper Tina Love, both of Quincy. Keller won a chocolate house from Carey Candy Company in Quincy. The large house, fashioned in homemade gingerbread, included real lights inside. Large pretzels formed a par: tial fence along the property, with each post capped with a dollop of snow. An American flag topped off the creation. Anthony Braddick won first place in the children with adult help category, and Jill Brown won first place in the adult category. Each won a ribbon, their own carefully decorated gingerbread cookie and a special present. Second place went to Lau- ren Braddick and Cat Clark; each won $10. i~: L % ~ (," Frank Caray points out the at Pioneer Elementary School. 116 Commercial St., Portola, Ca 832-4646 P.O. Box 469 GrecnvUle, Ca 284-7800 i A bright red fireplace and chimney captured the attention on this rustic little gingerbread house. Gumdrops made a perfect walkway. Smoke, in the form of a cotton ill, pour~ chimney of this quaint little house. And in third place, peot Michelle Moore and Chan- Then they were dler Peay each won $5. along a fancy Pioneer Elementary School class will receive a teacher Jill Brown had herprize of candy. students create gingerbread gingerbread man his son, Adrian, created in Graham crackers work Just as gingerbread. Cotton works well