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Best Dem Chili Contest

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Event# 402-727-4159

Event Details

As past events have proven, this year's contest should be a lot of fun. You can enter your chili into the contest, or just taste and judge (your ticket is your ballot form). If you would like tickets or know of someone who would like tickets, please stop by the office during business hours. In addition, tickets will be available at the door. The more the merrier! We hope to see you there! 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Best Dem Chili Contest

Address : Isaak Walton, 2560 W Military Ave Fremont NE
Phone : 402-727-4159   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : chair@dodgecodems.org

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Admission Fee : $10 for adults; $ 2 for children ages 6 through12; $ 1 for children 5 and under
1 Ticket buys you: 5 bowls to sample & 1 ballot to vote


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