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Submitted photos | Oberlin News-TribuneTenth-grader Patrick Maguire won “Most Original” in the gingerbread contest for his depict of Bilbo Baggins home from the “Lord of The Rings” series.
Submitted photos | Oberlin News-TribuneTenth-grader Patrick Maguire won “Most Original” in the gingerbread contest for his depict of Bilbo Baggins home from the “Lord of The Rings” series.
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The votes are in and the winners of the annual Gingerbread House Display have been announced.


With the display becoming a tradition in Oberlin, students experience of banking and creating sweet houses during their pastry and baking units at school, thanks to the Oberlin Endowment board.


All the students in teh foods-nutrition and wellness classes are winners.


They each designed, planned, baked, and decorated custom gingerbread houses.


The houses were on display from Dec. 15 to Jan. 20.


With an abundance of 205 votes cast, library patrons, high school students, and more voiced their opinion of who should get the top ranking.


Category Winning Entry Students


Most creative use of Candy


“Candy Palace”


Michaela Amato – Grade 11


Brianna Orzech – Grade 11


Hannah Richard – Grade 11


Best Traditional


“Gingerbread Peppermint Lane”


Emma Mobert – Grade 11


Jazz Thomas – Grade 12


Most Original


“Bilbo Baggins House”


Patrick Maguire – Grade 10


My Favorite


“Cabin in the Woods”


Sydney Burke – Grade 11


Serenity Crowley–Grade 10


One I would most like to eat


“Squidward’s house”


Simon Gabriel – Grade 11


Ian Sweet – Grade 11


Jamie Smith – Grade 11


Anthoni Caraballo — Grade 11


 
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