Chili secrets

Times running out to sign up for the Chili Cook Off set for Sunday at the Prospectors Car Club Show and Shine

Liz Neave adds her secret ingredient to the chili as she perfects her recipe. There’s still time to sign up your team for the Chili Cook Off slated for Sunday during the Prospectors Club Show and Shine. Bring your best recipe for a chance to win great prizes and bragging rights for a whole year. Entry forms are available at the Observer front desk and the deadline has been extended to Friday at noon. This event is a fundraiser for the Quesnel and District Hospice Palliative Care Association but really

Liz Neave adds her secret ingredient to the chili as she perfects her recipe. There’s still time to sign up your team for the Chili Cook Off slated for Sunday during the Prospectors Club Show and Shine. Bring your best recipe for a chance to win great prizes and bragging rights for a whole year. Entry forms are available at the Observer front desk and the deadline has been extended to Friday at noon.  This event is a fundraiser for the Quesnel and District Hospice Palliative Care Association but really, it’s all about the fun.

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