Castle Country Assisted Living, a nonprofit community serving seniors in Douglas County, welcomes public entries for its inaugural Victorian House …
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Castle Country Assisted Living, a nonprofit community serving
seniors in Douglas County, welcomes public entries for its
inaugural Victorian House Chili Cook-off on March 20. The entry fee
is $10 and all proceeds benefit the Victorian House community
Each entrant is asked to prepare a four-quart pot of chili for
judging and tasting. A copy of the recipe should accompany each
entry. Prizes will be awarded to the top two chilies in each
category: red, white and green. The winning chili recipes will be
auctioned off to attendees.
Chili tasting will be from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Winners will be
announced at 4 p.m. and the auction of recipes and other
chili-related goods will follow. Castle Country’s Victorian House
is at 19600 Victorian Drive in Parker.
The community garden benefited by this event is a wonderful
place for residents of the three Castle Country communities.
Providing a space to interact with loved ones and nature, the
garden is both serene and lively. The money raised will go toward
the vegetable garden portion of the garden.
For more information about the chili cook-off or to reserve a
spot in the cook-off call Castle Country Assisted Living at
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