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JC's Chili Cook Off draws a crowd

  • About 300 people turned out for the Johnston City Chili Cook Off on Saturday. The event had been postponed from last month after the Indians football team advanced in the IHSA playoffs.

    About 300 people turned out for the Johnston City Chili Cook Off on Saturday. The event had been postponed from last month after the Indians football team advanced in the IHSA playoffs.
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  • Members of the winning team from the Johnston City Fire Department, with their trophy from the 2021 Johnston City Chili Cook Off held on Saturday. "We served 171," said JC Fire Chief Tom Burton, who is already looking to defend the department title next year.

    Members of the winning team from the Johnston City Fire Department, with their trophy from the 2021 Johnston City Chili Cook Off held on Saturday. "We served 171," said JC Fire Chief Tom Burton, who is already looking to defend the department title next year.
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  • The Chad Mowry team took the People's Choice honors at Saturday's Johnston City Chili Cook Off. The event drew around 300 to the downtown and raised funds for the city's annual July 4 Fireworks Spectacular.

    The Chad Mowry team took the People's Choice honors at Saturday's Johnston City Chili Cook Off. The event drew around 300 to the downtown and raised funds for the city's annual July 4 Fireworks Spectacular.
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Posted on 12/7/2021, 10:46 AM

Johnston City's annual chili cook off was a success.