Church to host Chili Cook-off contest


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The Lincroft Presbyterian Church will host its annual Chili Cook-off contest from 5-8:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at 270 Everett Road, Lincroft.

Proceeds will benefit 180 Turning Lives Around, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending domestic and sexual violence in the local community. For more information, visit

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Chefs are encouraged to enter their hottest chili. Judges will include Middletown Township Mayor Gerard Scharfenberger, a chef, a Lincroft firefighter and the general public who will judge the best entries. Blue ribbons and prizes will be awarded for first and second place along with a “people’s choice” award.

The admission fee is $10 per adult and $5 per child, with a $25 family maximum. Entry is free for chefs who bring chili. Hot dogs, chili condiments and toppings, salads, side dishes and desserts will also be available.

To participate, chefs should pre-register their chili at or call the church office at 732-741-8921. For more information, visit

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