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Rotary Gingerbread House Extravaganza!

The Rotary Club of South Jacksonville’s Gingerbread House Extravaganza presents tasty delights and extraordinary edible creations at the Jacksonville Historical Society (in the old St. Andrews Church) next to the Arena and Baseball Grounds through Dec. 22, Mondays-to-Saturdays from 10a-5p.  Admission is a $5 donation for adults and $3 for kids (2 and under are free). Visit www.RotaryCharity.org or call 904.665.0064.

Event Presented By: Rotary Club of South Jacksonville

Presenting Sponsor: Coastal Construction Products

2010 Winners:

  • Best Entry by a Company: “Up, Up and Away” by Dominique Caldreon with Haskell
  • Best Entry by an Individual: “Making Our Books Come Alive” by Episcopal Children’s Services
  • Best Entry by a Youth: “Jax Beach Life Saving Station” by Terry Parker High School
  • Best Replica Jax Landmark: “Life Saving Station” by EJ McIntyre
  • Best Professional Entry: “Times Square New Year’s Eve” by Jacksonville Golf and Country Club
  • Special Recognition Award: “The Greenwood Story” by Greenwood School
  • Rotary ClubHOUSE Charity Challenge Trophy Winner: “Meme’s Doll House” by Rotary Club of Deerwood

 

Date:                            Through to December 22, 2010

Days Open:                  Mondays-Saturdays

Times:                          10a-5pm

Location:                      Jacksonville Historical Society (the old St. Andrew’s Church)

                                    317 A. Phillip Randolph Boulevard

                                    Jacksonville, FL 32202

Admission:                    Adults - $5 donation

                                    Children (3 - 16) - $3 donation

                                    2 and under - Free 

Beneficiaries:                Ronald McDonald House, HabiJax, Jacksonville Historical Society and Rotary charities

Website:                       www.RotaryCharity.org

YouTube search:          “Rotary Gingerbread Houses”

Contact:                       Emily Lisska, Jacksonville Historical Society, 904.665.0064

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