Gingerbread City Gala 2012

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The Epilepsy Foundation’s Gingerbread City Gala 2012 was held Nov. 29 at the Grand Del Mar. The Gingerbread City Gala is a spectacular holiday gala for charity featuring celebrity chefs and the largest nationally-recognized gingerbread structure competition on the West Coast. The event also included complimentary champagnes and wines, holiday music and exciting auctions. Visit www.gingerbreadcitysd.org  Photos/Jon Clark

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