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Nothing chilly about this cook-off in Norway Bay

The Big Chili took place at the Centennial Hall in Norway Bay on Saturday, where chilis and desserts were judged, and horseshoes thrown at the mish-mash of competitions. From left: The chili judges included Darren Hamilton, Jill Mathers and Ken Bernard, while Ethan Fraser, Jack Mathers and Ethan McFadden were charged with testing out the desserts.
The event celebrated 10 years on Saturday and featured trophies for each category. From left: Will Mathers receives the trophy for best chili from NBMA social director Paul Fraser for his concoction of “The Good One.”

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
NORWAY BAY July 14, 2018
Saturday evening in Norway Bay was a mash-up of contests across three categories as an annual event celebrated it’s 10th year.
The Big Chili, a horseshoe tournament, chili cook-off and dessert competition, took over the Centennial Hall on July 14, where folks duked it out in all three feats to take home the 2018 titles.
Paul Fraser, the social director for the Norway Bay Municipal Association (NBMA), said the event is a great fundraiser for the group, while offering fun for everyone involved.
Inside the hall, a variety of chilis and desserts would sit, awaiting a taste test from a panel of three judges per division.

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