Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Cooking Squad Places 2nd At Chili Cook-Off Championship

By  //  January 10, 2016

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On Saturday, Sanford Harley Davidson hosted the annual “Chili Cook-Off” to benefit CrimeLine. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Saturday, Sanford Harley Davidson hosted the annual “Chili Cook-Off” to benefit CrimeLine.

The event pits cooking teams from various Law Enforcement Agencies and local Central Florida businesses against each other for the coveted CrimeLine Chili Cook-Off Championship.

Our very own Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Cooking Team placed 2nd in the “Law Enforcement” Division as well as 2nd Place in the coveted “People’s Choice” category out of a total of 53 teams.

The event serves to raise funds each year for CrimeLine that helps Law Enforcement solve crimes and take fugitives off the streets of Central Florida.

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I would like to personally thank the members of our Cooking Team, Shawntel Watson, Commander Mike Demorat, Teresa Revel, Kirk Geweniger, Debra Brouilette, Michelle Watson, Jeff Jarvis, and Jessica Vanatta for their hard work and for representing our agency at today’s event.

Please join me in congratulating our team and also in thanking everyone who came out to the event today to help raise money for such an important cause.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey


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