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Gingerbread cookie kits at the Festival of Trees

Iris Frenkel shows off the boxes of completed gingerbread cookie kits she and a group of neighbouring seniors; who generallly like to gather for birthdays and socializing; filled after repackaging them; readying them so young visitors to the Festival Of Trees celebration can decorate them. - DeLynda PILON/Free Press
Iris Frenkel shows off the boxes of completed gingerbread cookie kits she and a group of neighbouring seniors; who generallly like to gather for birthdays and socializing; filled after repackaging them; readying them so young visitors to the Festival Of Trees celebration can decorate them.
— image credit: DeLynda PILON/Free Press

Iris Frenkel shows off the boxes of completed gingerbread cookie kits she and a group of neighbouring seniors; who generallly like to gather for birthdays and socializing; filled after repackaging them; readying them so young visitors to the Festival Of Trees celebration can decorate them.

 

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