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Chili Cook-Off and Dessert Competition

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Set up location will be on N. Penn St in the Penn & A Church of Christ parking lot. Registration forms MUST be completed and returned to Sharpe’s or Kathryn’s Flowers.

No registration fee for Cook Off events. Go by the Atoka Chambers of Commerce office for rules and form.

PRIZE MONEY WILL BE AWARDED!!! 1st Place = $250, 2nd Place = $125 and 3rd Place = $75

Chili Cook-Off and Dessert Competition

Address : Penn & A Church of Christ parking lot---N. Penn St. Atoka OK

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