From Whoville to 'White Lotus'! Gingerbread Battle Raises Cash — and a Few Eyebrows
GALVANIZED BY DRAG performer Duckie DuJour, more than 30 teams gathered in Montrose to build one-of-a-kind gingerbread houses — for a cause.
At the Kindred Montrose church, the seventh annual competition, benefiting the local nonprofit Grace Place, was the biggest yet. Entries included homages to television shows Wednesday, The White Lotus and Yellowstone, plus Dolly Parton, naturally, and other icons. The winner was titled “Grinch Please,” a multi-tiered, table-length depiction of Grinch ascending Mount Crumpit.
Grace Place is a Houston based non-profit who empowers youths of all sexualities and gender identities who are experiencing homelessness. “Grace Place is a special organization, and it’s only able to exist because of the generosity of our Houston community,” said President of the Board of Directors Natalie Ferguson, “and we are incredibly grateful for everyone’s support this year.”
Event sponsor Randy Owens and Family
A young competitor enjoys her sweet creation
Competition team working on gingerbread house
A Yellowstone themed gingerbread house
Grace Place Board President Natalie Ferguson and members of Houston Gaymers
Grace Place Executive Director Courtney Sellers with first place team Grinch Please
Members of team Grinch Please build their gingerbread house
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