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Chili cooking showdown

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BAY ST. LOUIS, MS (WLOX) -

Chili making, fund raising and reporting training were on the agenda Thursday night in Bay. St. Louis at the 10th Annual Bay-Waveland Rotary Club's Chili Cook-off. 34 teams competed, cooking up their best chili recipes and putting them before judges to taste.

In the end, O’Dwyer Realty won the People’s Choice Award. Holy Trinity Elementary School won the award for the Best Pot Of Chili.

Funds raised from the competition will go to help the Rotary’s literacy project and also the group’s youth exchange program.

The Bay High Tiger News Team used the chili competition for a little on the job training.  TNT News will feature the Chili Cook-off in an upcoming school broadcast.

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