Terre Haute, Ind. (WTHI) - One organization made a gingerbread house come to life.
The Terre Haute country club revealed a life-sized gingerbread house today as a surprise.
The group used over 50 gallons of icing. It took them three days to bake all the gingerbread.
"I'm very excited and proud of my staff for coming up with the idea," said the club's general manager, Gary Behan.
The group surprised Behan with the house at the event on Sunday.
"At the beginning of the year, we had a theme that was called 'Surprise & Delight' to surprise the members. They turned it around and gave me a surprise and delight this morning," said Behan.
The event invited the community to check out the house. Kids could even make their own gingerbread houses.
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