Gingerbread competitors place in competition

Three young women from Ponoka placed well at the Alberta Chefs Educators 8th annual Gingerbread Competition on Dec. 6.

Jewel Smallboy

Three young women from Ponoka placed well at the Alberta Chefs Educators 8th annual Gingerbread Competition on Dec. 6.

The gingerbread competition was held at Salisbury Composite High School in Sherwood Park.

The competition saw many competitors and different gingerbread creations. Those who participated worked hard to create and decorate their houses and the effort they put into it paid off.

Three students from Ponoka Composite High School entered in the competition and went home with a medal or two. Jewel Smallboy won a gold medal for her gingerbread house in the Most Festive category. Stephanie Richter took home a bronze medal for the Best Overall and Abby Smallboy won a silver medal for Best Overall and a Gold Medal for the Best Use of Gingerbread.

Congratulations to PCHS’s three creative winners.

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