Join Patch at A Chili Cook-Off Helping RCS Sunday

Patch is entering a chili in the Dunedin Blue Jays' long-awaited cook-off. Fans can enjoy all-you-can-eat chili sampling and vote for their favorite on Sunday. Gates open at 4 p.m. Proceeds benefit Religious Community Services of Clearwater.

Local editor Katie Dolac, of Dunedin Patch, is tying back her apron strings and whipping up a batch of her ol' family chili recipe for you to taste in the  that benefits RCS Food Bank in Clearwater.

So, bring yo' kids, bring yo' parents, bring yo' wives, bring yo' husbands. Patch would appreciate all of their votes on Sunday. (And we're not too proud to trade free Patch swag for votes!)

To get in on the chili tasting, purchase a $10 wristband at the gate. Cost includes entry into the Jays' game against the Charlotte Stone Crabs, the Tampa Bay Rays affiliate, and it benefits the RCS Food Bank. Kids 12 and under can sample chili for $5. 

Gates open at 4 p.m. First pitch is at 5 p.m. Also, remember to bring a canned food item for the RCS Food Bank! A collection site will be at the gate.

Editor's Note: Participant entry into the Chili Cook-Off is open to restaurants and individuals for a $35 fee. If you're interested, contact Mike Liberatore at 727-738-7024 for information. Also, no cats will be harmed in the making of the Patch chili.


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