Some like it hot! Some like it with beans. Some like it with noodles. 

But when you come to the Awareness Washington County Chili Cook-Off on March 11 at Southern Hill Church from 4-7p – come hungry and ready to vote in the best chili in the county.

Prizes will be awarded for the People’s Choice, Independent Judging and Best Decorated Booth. 

It’s free to enter – just bring three pots of your best chili (must be the same) and provide a power strip and extension cord. 

Marji Morris, Director of Awareness Washington County, said they will supply all the rest.

“We’ve got tables, tasting bowls, and the facility,” said Morris on WSLM’s Coffee Club Friday. “This is a fundraiser for Awareness and we want to encourage people to come out for a fun evening with lots of great food.”
Each team gets free admission for 2 adults and 2 children. 

Tickets to the general public are $5 and $3 for children. 

Set up begins at 10a and chili should be in place no later than 2p for judging. Teams may leave after setup and return by 3:30p. 

Teams are required to provide an typed list of “major” ingredients. 

There will be a cake walk, children’s activities and raffles from area businesses. 

There will also be sandwiches, dessert and drinks served with the various chili. 

For additional details, contact Debbie Mildenburger, Directer of We the Youth at 812.786.2016.