If the sermons church-goers in Bracebridge heard this morning sounded extra spicy it may have been because so many pastors had their minds on getting just the right mix of spice and nice into their chili.
Ministers from all faiths and churches in Bracebridge put their cooking skills to the test in a chili cook off to raise money for the Salvation Army. Very little chili left the Anglican Church on Mary Street as people thronged in to support the fundraiser — and to eat really well. A little over $900 was raised from today’s event.
Photo shows Bracebridge United Church Reverend Kevin Logie serving up the very last bowl of chili left to Anglican Deacon Barbara Graham.
Later in the day, the good cheer continued at a special holiday turkey dinner bringing together Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Muskoka with their little brothers and sisters. Santa even made time for a special appearance at the South Muskoka Golf and Country Club.
Published November 30, 10pm
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