JCL Foundation News

a picture of paisley cox, who was the winner for last years christmas fundraiser. she is shown with her gingerbread village that she made for the contest

Christmas Fundraiser Winners Announced

Winners were announced December 15 in the Jefferson County Library Foundation's Holiday Contest for the Best Decorated Gingerbread House and the Best Decorated Miniature Tree.

The winner of the "Best Gingerbread House" at the Northwest Branch Library in High Ridge is Paisley Cox of High Ridge, who added a gingerbread barn and eight reindeer cookies to her house.

an image of eli frank, who was the winner for best gingerbread house last year at the windsor branch. He is shown with his certificate for winning and his well-crafted gingerbread house
a picture of the winning Christmas tree decoration at the windsor branch. the winner was Laura Cortner, and she is photographed next to her winning tree

The winner of the "Best Tree" at the Windsor Branch Library in Barnhart is teacher Laura Cortner and her class at Sacred Heart Re-School in Festus. The winner of the "Best Gingerbread House" at the Windsor Branch are Barbara Rohm and her grandson Eli Frank of Hillsboro.

the winner for best tree, renee reuter, is shown next to her beautiful pink tree at the arnold branch.
a close up image of renee reuter's winning christmas tree

The winner of the "Best Tree" at the Arnold Branch Library is Renee Reuter of Imperial, who also challenged her fellow members of the Jefferson County Council to participate in the contest! The winner of the "Best Gingerbread House" at the Arnold Branch are mother and daughter Heather and Eve Crisel of Arnold.