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Gingerbread houses delight

Gingerbread houses delight

_N-Gingerbread-housesKids got a little “taste” of Christmas on a cold Saturday morning, December 12, when they gathered at the Cedar Springs Public Library to make gingerbread houses out of milk cartons, graham crackers, and handfuls of colorful candy.
“Some kids had trouble deciding whether to put the candy on the house or in their mouth,” quipped one bystander.
The library held the program in two sessions, with 30 children and 13 adults attending.

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