Earns Master's Degree ; To Display Gingerbread f Brian A. Jerome has been awarded a master's degree in educational administration from Syracuse University. A graduate of Chittenango schools, he received his bachelor's degree from the Uni versity of Vermont in 1984. Mr. Jerome taught for a year in Vermont and then enrolled in a master's program at the Uni versity of Indiana. He returned to Central New York and enrol led at SU, completing the 10 re quired courses in August with a straight A average. He is currently teaching sci ence and serving as an adminis trative intern under Gerald Morrissey, principal of Driver Middle'School, Marcellus. He is also taking courses in the SU doctoral program. Mr. Jerome is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jerome of Chittenango and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tracy of Fayetteville. 1% ' ? IZ- it* V Ml Gingerbread houses will be on | ^display as well as available for ^purchase at the Erie Canal IrJMuseuni's first Gingerbread f Gallery from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. | December 13. t IjOcal residents are invited to f stroll down the nostalgic \ \Gingerbread Lane\ and gaze f into the windows of bakeries to ;f admire the gingerbread build- 4 ings, which include local historic 4. structures expertly fashioned f ^frbro gingerbread. The jginger- ^ bread buildings are designed to •> make memorable centerpieces for holiday tables and will be *° sold to the highest bidders, with proceeds to benefit the museum. Carolers, choruses, and choirs of bells will provide entertain ment-. . - Participating bakers include Liberty Bakery, Mimi's Sala mander Bakery, Park Circle Bakery; Pastries by Alice, patri cian's Bakery ,,Snowflake Pastry Shoppe, Tiffany Bakery, and Woodward's Bakery. a The museum is located at Erie o> Blvd. and Montgomery St., S Syracuse. '\ 3 Brian A. Jerome - ->s > Til CO CO CO o> m 0> (O (D CD c 5T \ SHOPPINGTOWN MALL Delicious food gifts from around the world. 01988 General Host Corporation.