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T.O.P.S. Hippies Win KSCB's Chili Cookoff
09/25/2010

Joan Underhill and Sue Lepper celebrate the KSCB Chili Cookoff trophy.

Take Off Pounds Sensibly won the 2010 KSCB Chili Cookoff. Joan Underhill, Sue Lepper, and Debra Huddleston represented T.O.P.S Saturday. They used turkey as their meat. They win 250 dollars plus the Dunlap Traveling Trophy. Underhill says she didn't expect this. "It was very unexpected," Underhill said. "I can't believe it because we just game out here to get our name out here so people would know us. We didn't think we were going to win. I'm so pumped up now."

Red Hot Republicans take second place and win 150 dollars. Diane's Dresses from Meade takes third and wins 50 dollars. Best presentation goes to the Retired Pirates from Keyes, Oklahoma giving them 75 dollars. People's choice goes to Ruben Eichman Chili who gets 75 dollars. There were 418 tasting kits sold. Proceeds go to Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Seward, Haskell, and Stevens counties and Whirlwind Counseling.

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