Rotary Clubs of Titusville Hosted Annual Chili Cook Off

By  //  March 5, 2015

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Coleman Group/Merrill Lynch take first place

Rotary Clubs of Titusville Hosted Annual Chili Cook Off-580

LEFT TO RIGHT: Jo Lynn Nelson, President William van Engelenburg; Titusville Chief of Police John Lau; Rotarians from the Netherlands; Immediate past president of Titusville Sunrise Rotary Club, Els van Engelenburg; Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey; and Dave Sharp. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Last Saturday the Titusville Rotary Clubs hosted their 11th Annual Chili Cook off in Historic Downtown Titusville.

ROTARY-180Attendees were able to sample various recipes from 24 different chefs who participated in this fun filled event.

Despite the inclement weather, US 1 was wet and wild and pulsing with action with hungry athletes from the co- sponsored Sculptor Charter School’s 5th Annual 5K run, and chili aficionado’s from across Brevard County.

Guests included, Titusville Mayor James Tully, Vice Mayor Walt Johnson, Incoming Rotary 6930 District Governor Eugene Burkett, his wife Linda and Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

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The judges for the event were Titusville Chief of Police John Lau, Fire Chief Rick Talbert, honorary judge Michelle Baker and attorney Christopher Broome.

Left to right: Titusville Mayor, James Tully, Immediate past president of Titusville Sunrise Rotary Club, Els van Engelenburg, Incoming Rotary 6930 District Governor, Eugene Burkett and wife Linda, President William van Engelenburg, Rotarians from the Netherlands, Incoming President Casey Crouch and Jesse J. Parrish III. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

LEFT TO RIGHT: Titusville Mayor James Tully; Immediate past president of Titusville Sunrise Rotary Club Els van Engelenburg; Incoming Rotary 6930 District Governor Eugene Burkett and wife Linda, President William van Engelenburg; Rotarians from the Netherlands; Incoming President Casey Crouch; and Jesse J. Parrish III. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

The first place winners of the fierce chili competition was the Coleman Group/Merrill Lynch; with Van Rylander, John Griffis, Randall and Mary Coleman, the second place winner and the People’s Choice prize went to Nick Mayhew of Bristow Academy.

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The third place prize went to North Brevard Charity.

The talented teenage chefs of Titusville High School won the prize for the most visited kiosk serving chili.

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