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Hunter Phillips, of Palos Park, decorates a gingerbread house on Dec. 10 during a competition featuring seven teams from The Bridge Teen Center. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Eating the frosting and decorating their team gingerbread house on Dec. 10 at The Bridge Teen Center are (left to right) Alexa Marousek, Bella Schifferl, Sianna Marousek and Abby Hernandez, all from Oak Forest. Helping to hold the candy roof is CarMax sales consultant Deanna Vance.
At The Bridge Teen Center, (left to right) Jack Randall and Jillian Kelly, both from Tinley Park, and Tinley Park CarMax’s Roy Fransen take part in a gingerbread house competition.
Team 3’s gingerbread house (pictured) won second place during The Bridge Teen Center gingerbread house competition.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
4:34 am CST December 12, 2019
It was a battle for Bridge Teen Center architects. On Dec. 10, 25 teens from The Bridge took part in a competition to build the best gingerbread house. Joining them were 10 employees from CarMax dealerships in Tinley Park and Oak Lawn.