Local and area cooks – and especially those who pride yourselves on your homemade chili cooking abilities take note – next week you can compete for bragging rights and help a good cause at the same time.
Or, if eating rather than preparing homemade chili is more to your liking, well then you are especially in for a treat.
Mrs. Kayla Mora’s class at Clinton County High School is hosting the first annual Chili Cook-Off Tuesday, November 20, at the C.C.H.S. Cafeteria
Anyone interested in being a competitor in the Chili Cook-off should contact Mora at the high school for details.
To enjoy the competition as a sampler and voter for the winning entry, show up at the cafeteria between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.
The cost to sample the chili entries will be $5 and includes drinks and dessert. Activities will also be provided for kids, so Mora stresses that the entire family is invited.
All proceeds will go to Mrs. Mora’s class.