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4-H Club’s Creativity to Benefit Mendon Public Library

Post and photo by Paula McIntyre

Two members of The Lucky Seven of Honeoye Falls 4-H Club stand with their friends and proudly display their edible work of art: a gingerbread re-creation of the four-corners of Honeoye Falls. From left to right are Emily DuLieu, Allie Northrup (Lucky Seven), Emma Williams, and Emma Northrup (Lucky Seven).

The members of The Lucky Seven of Honeoye Falls 4-H Club have created a gingerbread town and donated it to the library for display and a silent auction. Proceeds from the silent auction will benefit the library. In years past, the girls have entered their gingerbread house creation in the George Eastman House competition. This year they decided to run a silent auction to raise money for the library. The final creation is truly a work of (edible) art and worth stopping by the library to see and bid on before Dec. 20. The lucky winner will be able to display the gingerbread town in their home or business.

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