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Updated: 11/02/2013 08:00:01AM

Hurry if you want chili

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Chili lined up ready for judging at last year's show and this was only one table.


2012 Chili Judges and VIPs from last year's event, back row, from left, Bartow Mayor James F. Clements and former Haines City Manager Ken Sauer. Front row, from left, Polk County Commissioner George Lindsey; State Se. Denise Grimsley; Executive Director of United Way for Central Florida Terry Worthington; Polk County Tax Collector Joe Tedder; Chef Terrie Lobb; Deputy Lakeland City Manager Tony Delgado; A-C-T Human Resources Director Jennifer Kincart Jonsson; A-C-T President Rob Kincart and Polk County Fire Rescue Chief David Cash. Jennifer Kincart Jonsson and Robert Kincart were not judges.


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Drag out the crockpot, round up the spices, get your heat on … it’s time for the fourth annual A-C-T lunchtime chili cook-off scheduled Friday, Nov. 8 at A-C-T’s Bartow headquarters on State Road 60 just east of Bartow. All proceeds from the cook-off are earmarked for the United Way of Central Florida.

It doesn’t cost a dime to enter, and only $10 a head for the lunch, including a drink, all the fixin’s and a dessert. There are expected to be more than 25 chili brews for tasting and judging.

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