OK, I lied! Just one more...
Here it is all packaged up and ready to go to the Duke Smyser Chili Blast Open on September 4th. I wanted it to have a great presentation at the event, so I put a dowed rod in the sleeve and hung it on a hanger. If you are interested in more information, here is a little history and the link above will get you to the website.
$65/person for golf at the Ravines and dinner catered by The Pub.
This event is held annually to commemorate the life of Duke Smyser. Duke was a Lafayette banker for almost thirty years before retiring due to heart disease disability. A proud Purdue graduate and John Purdue Club member, he actively supported a variety of community organizations such as Mended Hearts and the Hanna Community Center. Duke also loved golf and spicy foods.
All proceeds will benefit St. Elizabeth Regional Health’s Kathryn Weil Center for Education. “Revive & Survive” provides life-saving AED’s (cardiac defibrillators) to non-profit organizations throughout Tippecanoe and surrounding counties.
Since it's inception Chili Blast Charities has provided more than $10,000 in assistance to this Heartfelt effort.
I hope this worthwile event raises a lot of money this year.