Gingerbread House winners

Contest at Prestige Oceanfront resort proves to be popular

The Gingerbread House Contest winners were announced.

This year, there were 12 participants, all displayed in the lobby of the Prestige hotel since Dec 1st.

The draw for the winners was done on December 16 and the winners have been announced.

This year, we wanted to raised more funds and the winners were qualified by having the highest bid on their creation.

So the first place goes to : House #6 Kay McGlennon,

Second place goes to House #11  Lloyd from the Canadian Coast Guard,

Third place goes to Jasmine House #10.

Honorable mentioned for the 4th place to EMCS Culinary program Students: Allison and Joy.

We thank all of our participant for helping us raise $485 for the Sooke Christmas Bureau.

West Coast Grill and the Prestige Hotel wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday season.

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