Wilderness Trail Distillery’s fifth Charity Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, Sept. 24, is a great way to usher in the fall season and enjoy some delicious chili for a good cause.
$10 tasting ticket includes visits to the booths of 25 cooks, all vying for the title of People’s Choice. Each ticket holder will select their favorite. Our panel of judges – sports analyst Larry Vaught; Norton Center for the Arts Director Steve Hoffman; Kentucky Sports Radio Commentator Max Duffy; Danville-Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Kendall Clinton; and longtime radio personality Charlie Perry – have the challenge of naming the top three winners.
The money raised helps the Kiwanis with year-round projects such as back-to-school supplies, and gifts of new clothing, coats, shoes, and small toys for children during the holidays. They also treat several local senior citizens with a luncheon and small gifts during the holidays. Individuals supported by the Kiwanis during this time are not served by any other groups. Many of Wilderness Trail Distillery’s business partners and Kiwanis’ supporters are sponsoring this event to spread some much-needed joy during the holiday season and throughout the year.
Tasting tickets are available at the door. Winners will be announced at 2:30 p.m.