Call for teams to compete in 2nd BPC Chili Cook-off
MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Women’s Fellowship invites entrants into the 2nd BPC Chili Cook-off, to be held Saturday, Oct. 24 on the Mount Vernon campus.
If you or an organization you are involved in would like to participate for the chance to win the bragging rights to the Best Chili in the surrounding area, contact Barbara Keel at 912-583-3202. A registration form is available online.
Team registration ends Oct. 10, so hurry and register your team today. Last year’s winner was a team comprised of staff members who work in Gates Hall, the main administrative building of Brewton-Parker College. The traveling trophy is up for grabs, and you could be next winner.
This community-minded, family-fun event will be held between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Celebrity judges will pick the first, second and third place prizes, while each person who tastes the chili will vote for the People’s Choice Award; winner will receive the traveling trophy. A Kiddie Carnival and Paddle Boat rides on Jones Lake are sponsored by the BPC Student Organizations, concessions are sponsored by ARAMARK and SGA.
Presale tickets are on sale now. Adults are $4. Kiddie Unlimited Chili & Carnival pass is $5 (includes all you can taste chili, unlimited Kiddie Carnival and paddle boat rides). At the door, $5, adults and children; $7 for Kiddie Unlimited Chili & Carnival Pass; and, $5 Unlimited Kiddie Carnival Pass. To buy your presale tickets, contact Jennifer Blaylock at 912-583-3210.
Blaylock is also signing local entertainers and groups to perform the day of the event. If you or your church, ensemble or organization would like to perform during a 15-minute spot, please contact Blaylock.
You won’t want to miss this fun, family event on the banks of Jones Lake on the Mount Vernon campus.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia. With its main campus located in Mount Vernon, the college also offers bachelor’s and associate’s degrees at its three external sites in Newnan, Norman Park and Liberty County.