St. Johns Professional Alliance Chili Cook-Off to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida

When:
November 5, 2016 @ 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
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Where:
Faith Community Church
3450 County Rd 210
St Johns, FL 32259
USA

The third annual St. Johns Professional Alliance Chili Cook-Off to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida will take place Saturday, Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Faith Community Church (3450 County Road 210) in St. Johns.

Chili Cook-Off participants will feature their best chili recipes, and all creations will be available to attendees for sampling and judging. Winners will be named in three categories: Best 5-Alarm Chili, Most Unique Chili, and Best All Around Chili. In addition, prizes will be awarded for most money raised by chili cooks, food trucks, and vendors. 

 This annual, fun-filled family event will also feature live music, food trucks, a photo booth, a silent auction, raffles, vendor tables, and lots of activities for children.

To participate as a vendor, register to enter the Chili Cook-off, or support a team in the competition, visit: https://www.donasity.com/fundraiser/T1RFNQ==/St-Johns-Professional-Alliance-3rd-Annual-Chili-Cook-Off. To become a sponsor or to purchase Chili Cook-Off “Taste & Judge” passes, visit: http://www.efof.org/events/3rdchilicookoff/. Passes are $10 in advance or $15 at the event. For more information about the event, contact Dawn Sedlitz at (407) 765-1322 or [email protected].  

Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the Chili Cook-off and for the chili cooks, food trucks, and vendors that raise the most money. Most importantly, proceeds from the event will benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida (EFOF) and will help raise much needed awareness for the organization as it celebrates its 45-year anniversary. EFOF serves as the lead advocate for the rights and needs of people with epilepsy and other seizure disorders. The family of epilepsy diseases is the third-most prevalent neurological condition in the United States, striking more than 400,000 people in Florida.

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