Monthly Archives: February 2013

A few photos from the 2012 contest

Cheryl Munson cuts into a breathtaking model of the Paris Dunning House, named for Indiana's governor Paris Dunning

Cheryl Munson cuts into a breathtaking model of the Paris Dunning House, named for Indiana’s ninth governor, Paris Dunning. Dunning was the only person ever to hold every elected seat in state government under the 1816 constitution.

The non-edible Paris Dunning House

Cake contest judges for 2012, from left to right: Tommy Kleckner, Diane Ballard, Director of the Monroe County History Museum; Nicole

Tommy Kleckner (Indiana Landmarks, Western Regional Office Director); Diane Ballard (Monroe County History Center, Director); Dominique Webberhung (BLU Boy Chocolate Cafe and Cakery, pastry chef and COO)

Monroe County's beloved Sophia Travis--County Council member, mother, wife, and player extraordinaire of accordion and harpsichord--beholds for the first time the model of the home she shared with her husband Greg and son Finn. This outrageous confection, complete with edible wallpaper and a harpsichord and chair made of icing, was made by a few of Sophia's dear friends.

Monroe County’s beloved Sophia Travis–County Council member, mother, wife, and player extraordinaire of accordion and harpsichord–beholds for the first time the model of the home she shared with her husband Greg and son Finn. This outrageous confection, complete with edible wallpaper and a harpsichord and chair made of icing, was made by a few of Sophia’s dear friends.

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