Chili contest brings SCV together

By Signal Staff

Last update: Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

 

The 5th annual SCV Charity Chili Cook-off was Thursday night at Wolf Creek Brewery in Valencia.

Up to 40 people served their best chili dish to attendees, vying for one of three spots in in several different categories.

The event also featured a silent auction, dancing, mechanical bull, photo booth and music from a live band and DJ to entertain the crowd.

Audrey Benson, 12, rides the mechanical bull at the 5th annual Chili Cook-Off at Wolf Creek Brewery on Thursday, March 23, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

SRD Straightening Reins and the Spotlight Arts Center were the nonprofits honored at the event.

SRD Straightening Reins, recently profiled in the Signal, is a local horse ranch that promotes emotional growth in children and teens by providing equine-assisted psychotherapy and equine-assisted learning workshops.

It works with young people and their families in the Los Angeles, Kern, and Ventura counties. SRD Straightening Reins’ goal is teaching youth that positive choices result in infinite possibilities.

Spotlight Arts Center’s vision is to create a community hub that promotes visual and performing arts of all mediums. Located in Newhall, their primary focus is the individual growth of members. They believe that people flourish exponentially within an inclusive, supportive and encouraging community environment.

 

 

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Chili contest brings SCV together

Jocelyn Kornfeld, right, takes a sample of chili from Channi Kaur at the fifth annual Chili Cook-Off at Wolf Creek Brewery on Thursday, March 23, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

 

The 5th annual SCV Charity Chili Cook-off was Thursday night at Wolf Creek Brewery in Valencia.

Up to 40 people served their best chili dish to attendees, vying for one of three spots in in several different categories.

The event also featured a silent auction, dancing, mechanical bull, photo booth and music from a live band and DJ to entertain the crowd.

Audrey Benson, 12, rides the mechanical bull at the 5th annual Chili Cook-Off at Wolf Creek Brewery on Thursday, March 23, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

SRD Straightening Reins and the Spotlight Arts Center were the nonprofits honored at the event.

SRD Straightening Reins, recently profiled in the Signal, is a local horse ranch that promotes emotional growth in children and teens by providing equine-assisted psychotherapy and equine-assisted learning workshops.

It works with young people and their families in the Los Angeles, Kern, and Ventura counties. SRD Straightening Reins’ goal is teaching youth that positive choices result in infinite possibilities.

Spotlight Arts Center’s vision is to create a community hub that promotes visual and performing arts of all mediums. Located in Newhall, their primary focus is the individual growth of members. They believe that people flourish exponentially within an inclusive, supportive and encouraging community environment.

 

 

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  • Jay G.

    I’m disappointed that I missed this!

  • Bert Grimm

    Who won??

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