Gingerbread Kits Benefitting THON Now For Sale

Penn State Auxiliary and Business Services, along with the Penn State Bakery, is hosting its annual gingerbread house decorating event to benefit THON, according to a release.

This will be the third annual event. However, this year, gingerbread kits will be given out for those interested to complete at home rather than at an actual in-person event.

Each kit costs $50, and all proceeds will benefit THON. Each kit includes step-by-step instructions and all the ingredients you need to make a gingerbread house.

You can order your kit here.

Kits can be picked up November 16 to 20 at the THON Store in the HUB, or from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. December 14 to 18 at the Penn State Bakery toward the back of the Housing and Food Services Building.

THON is just over three months away, and although it’s taking place virtually this year, events like the gingerbread house decorating are continuing on like normal. We dance in 102 days!

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