The Great Greensboro Chili Cookoff
Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Feeling that cold winter chill? Fret not! The Greensboro Great Chili Cookoff is here to help heat up the winter!
Greensboro is happy to announce their next Great Chili Cookoff is Saturday February 23!
The event will open to the public at 5PM!
Come hungry! There will be lots of great Chili and then some!
Tickets may be purchased at the door at no additional cost!
(Includes chili tasting, cornbread, dessert, and a drink)
People's choice Voting $1.00
CHILI COOK OFF
Rules & Registration
Register your chili in the cook off
prior to the event at
The Greensboro Boro Building
405 Front Street
Day of registration at
Greensboro/Mon Township Fire Hall
ALL REGISTRANTS must be ready at their station in the Fire Hall starting at 4:00 PM
COOK-OFF STARTS AT 5:00 PM. CHILI MAKERS MUST BE REGISTERED IN ADVANCE TO COMPETE
AND MUST COMPLY WITH COOK-OFF RULES TO WIN.
The Great Greensboro Chili Cook-Off rules for participation are available at the Borough Office, 405 Front Street.
Questions: call the Elm Street Manager
Darlene Urban-Garrett 724-943-3612
OFFICIAL RULES FOR PARTICIPATION
GREAT GREENSBORO CHILI COOK-OFF
1.Chili must be homemade and not from a can
2.All ingredients in the Chili must be noted on a piece of paper prominently displayed in front of the crock-pot/pot you are serving it from
3.Each participant should make 1 to 2 gallons of chili
4.Chili must be made from scratch without use of canned chili or prepackaged chili of any kind. Canned tomato products are okay.
5.Participants are responsible for serving their own Chili.
6.Chili must be brought in a crock-pot or warmer of some sort
7.Each vote for chili will cost $1.00
8.All money generated will support the Elm Street Program Community Revitalization efforts.
9.Purchase of larger quantities will begin after the judges have completed their tasting and selected the overall winner.
When & Where
Nathanael Greene Historical Foundation & The Greensboro Elm Street Program
The Nathanael Greene Historical Foundation is a local 501(c)3 dedicated to the enrichment and enjoyment of its communtiy members. The Foundation was founded in 1994 in response to the devastation that occured in the borough as a result of severe flooding on the Monongahela River. The organization functions through yearly event fund raising and provides the communtiy with social and cultural events and in doing so, an oppportunity to come together as a community. NGHF Meetings are held at the Log Cabin in Greensboro at 10 am on the second Saturday of each month.
The Elm Street Program is funded thought the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. The Elm Street Program assists municipalities in rejuvinating residential and mixed-use areas adjacent to their central business districts. The Elm Street Program also help create a positive image for the community through leveraging existing community resources and bringing diverse groups together to create and implement a unified vision for the future.