NRG Home 2nd Annual Gingerbread House Making Contest with Steve Keeley, Vittoria Woodill , Gregg Murphy and Rosemary Connors

Fox29’s Steve Keeley, Vittoria Woodill, CBS3’s , Gregg Murphy, CSN Sports and Rosemary Connors, NBC10 went head-to-head at NRG’s Home Gingerbread House Decorating Contest last Friday at the Christmas Village in Love Park. 

Heather Farber, ‎Managing Director, NRG Retail Northeast – ‎NRG Energy
“NRG Home is once again proud to be the presenting sponsor of Christmas Village in Philadelphia, a growing tradition that brings the community together,” said Heather Farber, Managing Director, NRG Retail Northeast. “We look forward to connecting with consumers at Christmas Village, listening to what their energy needs are, and sharing how NRG Home can help power their holidays both at home and on the go.”
Did you know you can choose who provides energy/electricity to you home?

Gregg Murphy, CSN Sports and Phillies broadcast team with the College Settlement crew Terri Burch, Pat Martin and Karyn Bonner
Vittoria “Taste with Tori” Woodill CBS3 Philly with Ronald McDonald’s House Sally Courant, Jan Pecasrsky, and Kathy Smith
Mary Kury, Steve Keeley FOX 29 Reporter, Sarah McGill, and Lori Albright – Red Paws
 Laura Payne, Emily Gallagher, Rob Saxon and Rosemary Connors, NBC10 Philadelphia
A nice crowd came out to cheer on the folks
Mina SayWhat, Power 99 hosted the event. She introduced each of the celebrities, and chatted about the charities they represented. Each of the four teams represent a local non-profit doing amazing work in our region that directly addresses the issues NRG Home cares deeply about. Each non-profit will receive $1,000 from NRG Home just for participating, and the winning non-profit will receive an additional $1,000
A lot of pre planning and discussion goes into the concept of the house before they start

How cute is this, and the work that went into lining up the M&M’s in a color coordinated fashion.
Ronald McDonald’s House of Love
Red Paws created a house which suffered through a disaster, but was still able to be inhabitable by pets.
Tori Woodill getting down and dirty – sticky much?
The secret ingredient this year was the lights
A lot of love went into this solar powered, Red Paw house and 
Steve Keeley described it to the audience with perfection

Gregg Murphy explains the College Settlement house
Rosemary Connors explains the MANNA house. I Like how they brought the MANNA sign for the roof.
Tori Woodill and her team from the Ronald McDonald House
I kinda like their House of Love
MANNA gets $1000 donation from NRG Home
Adorable. They even had a lighted light post and volunteers ready to bring delicious healthy meals to clients.

And the WINNER is!!
College Settlement $2,000 check
Thanks NRG Home for all the kind donations to the Philadelphia area charities