Chili Tasting

Yee-haw! The Chili Tasting Fellowship event on Saturday night was so much fun!

The night started out with a delicious dinner. There were 15 different chilies to try, along with salad, cornbread, muffins, and dessert. It was tough competition for whose chili was the best, but in the end the poblano pepper pork chili made by the Hobrocks won.

After we ate, the kids and some adults gathered in the Jupiter room for the Cake Walk. Brownies, cookies, cakes, and more were given out to winners. What a yummy activity!

Then it was time for music and dancing. Michael Oldfather played and lead us in singing two classic country songs. After that the square dancers took the stage. Their outfits were amazing – as was their dancing. It was so fun to watch…and do! When they were finished demonstrating, they went with us to the Inez Alsop room for our turn! We did some dances we already knew, like the “chicken dance” and “the seven jumps” dance. Then we got to try some new ones. It was a great time. After all the dancing, we went home to get some much needed rest.

Thank you to the social committee for planning and executing such an awesome night. Happy trails!

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