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Shavon King balances her son, Malik, and a bowl of chili from the Lynk's True Value table manned by Sharon Mertens.
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Photo provided Randy Jahnke from the Cyber Cafe took home first-place bragging rights from the 2010 Chili Cook Off. He was awarded the trophy by Chamber Director Shirley Uselman.
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Photo by Rachelle Klemme Monica Merickel of Pemberton Law Firm hands sample chili bowls to Cally Johannes and Kevin Jensen.
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Photo by Rachelle Klemme Tyler Ehrmantraut (left) and John Rebischke work at the VFW table in the Sept. 24 Chili Cook-Off.
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Photo by Rachelle Klemme Gail Vittetoe of the Cyber Cafe hands a sample of chili to Cory Pettit. The Cyber Cafe was voted best in the Sept. 24 Chili Cook-Off.
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