KUDOS: Chili Bowl warmed frigid day and helped Kiwanis help kids

To Ozaukee Press:

Sunday, Jan. 27, was an ice-cold, real-Wisconsin-winter day, which didn’t stop a great turnout of Port Washington residents and visitors from enjoying the third annual Chili Bowl contest put on by the Kiwanis Club in downtown Port Washington.

Hardy and enthusiastic ticket holders sampled “unique, different and very good” chili recipes served by 10 of our local restaurants.

The owners, operators and staffs of Beanie’s Restaurant, Inventors Brew Pub, Java Dock, New Port Shores, Schooner Pub, Smith Bros. Coffee House, Tellos Grille, Twisted Willow, Wicked Grille and Yummy Bones and businesses like the Ozaukee Press made all of this possible.         

We thank all of them for supporting our programs and projects for young children and adolescents, including: Possibility Playground, Spring Hippedy Hop egg hunt, the children and family activities during the Week of the Young Child, elementary school breakfast programs, scholarships, Girls and Boys State and other local programs such as Scouting, food pantries and programs for citizens who are disabled.

All of these projects and programs are made possible by the support of this community.

David LeDuke, David Franks,
John Sigwart and Marcia Trotchie
Greater Port Washington Kiwanis Club


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