Chili-Cook off winners spill the beans

The Public Employees Public Service fund received a $400 boost from its annual Chili Cook-off held Nov. 22.

The Public Employees Public Service fund received a $400 boost from its annual Chili Cook-off held Nov. 22 at the government building on Borland St.

Winners Leeah Tappert (first place) and Martin Sills (second place, plus the spiciest – hence the fire extinguisher) along with member of the organizing committee, Mark Hamm gathered around chili offerings from all contestants.

Third place winner Kate Rottluff is not pictured. Excelsior Jewellers Ltd. donated half the cost of the trophies and threw in the engraving for free.

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