Last year’s chili cook-off People’s Choice and Rotary Spirit award-winners were Slainte By The Pier. This year

Search for best chili returns

The Rotary Club of White Rock Millennium will hold its Third Annual Rotary Chili Cook-off at the White Rock Business Improvement Association’s annual fall fair on Saturday.

For $5, people will receive a two-ounce taste of each chili, a chili-tasting card and a People’s Choice Award ballot.

Tasters will be able to vote on their favourite chili.

The People’s Choice Award goes to the team who receives the most votes from public chili-tasters.

The Best Judged Chili Award will be selected by a panel of judges based on a variety of criterium. And the Rotary Level Award goes to the team with the most enthusiasm.

Eight teams are confirmed for this year’s event.

“We are expecting some strong competition again this year. For those attending the BIA event, this means another year of great-tasting chili,” club public relations director Jody Gordon said.

The Sept. 10 Chili Cook-pff will be located under White Rock’s Whaling Wall on Russell Avenue at Johnston Road.

All money raised will go towards local community service projects.

 

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