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Chilli Cook-Off Fundraiser
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Saturday, October 12th 2013 - All Day

October 12th The Springfield  Fire Department Women’s Auxiliary is holding the first annual Chilli Cook Off.  Bring 1 gallon of Chilli and your $10 entry fee to the Springfield Fire Hall by 4 PM on October 12th for your chance to win a grand prize of $100.  Doors
open up to the public from 5-8 PM for the chilli feed.   Kids games will be on site to promote Fire Safety.   Plus area Fire Departments are invited to win bragging rights for having the best chilli in the area during the “Hottest House Chilli Contest” .  The winning Fire Department will receive a traveling trophy and all the bragging rights for that
year.

Please contact Cassie Jelsma at 661-8145 or Melissa Jones at 464-0147 ASAP to
secure your entry!

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