Getting it just right! Sue Bradley and Tracy Pastic, setting up one of the many gingerbread displays. It’s Hockey Night in Canada! 2-year-old Brady Kucevic concentrates on placing his candy on the house, while his mom Caroline watches. 21-month-old Ahmed Khalaf has help decorating the gingerbread house from his mom, Jihan Younis at Scugog Library. Mississauga’s of Scugog Island First Nation entry. Entry from Paula R. McMurtry, Barrister & Solicitor. Adelaide St. Cyr, 2 1/2-years-old, putting candy on the gingerbread house. Adelaide is one of the kids of the Parent ‘n Tot program at Scugog Library. When all was said and done, over 60 “Canada 150” themed entries made up Bakersville this year. SPECIAL THANKS TO: Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation Port Perry Foodland Vos’ Independent Grocer Emmerson Insurance Sue’s Signs Nancy & Peter Hvidsten Township of Scugog and Staff Port Perry B.I.A. Scugog Chamber of Commerce Port Perry Figure Skating Club Focus on Scugog Port Perry Star The Standard KX96, CHEX and Global News Train Engineer: Alan Locke Electrical Engineer: Neil Bradley Social Media: Brianne Mercer Scugog Memorial Public Library - Administration and Staff There wouldn’t be a village without the entries. Thank you all for participating! The“CANADA150”theme for Bakersville Gingerbread Village held December 2 through to January 2, was a hit with 60 wonderful entries! Congratulations to all who volunteered, those whose entered and all of you who were lucky enough to visit the Scugog Public Library. See you next year! 22nd ANNUAL PHOTOS BY MARYANN FLEMING 6 FOCUS - JANUARY 2018