"
Newspaper Archive of
The Hogansville Herald
Manchester, Georgia
Lyft
January 21, 2016     The Hogansville Herald
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 21, 2016
 

Newspaper Archive of The Hogansville Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




l. PAGE 8—A i r ‘ l l HOGANSVILLE HERALD THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 2016 War Room Showing on Jan. 29 The public is invited to see the movie :War Room at First Baptist Church, Hogansville, on Friday, Jan. 29 at 7 pm. War Room is a powerful movie which shows how prayer can transform your life. ' Tony and Elizabeth Jordan are a couple who seemingly have all the desirable things LUCKY NUMBER Thirteen cooks put their talents on the table at the Campground Chili Challenge held last Saturday. The list of competitors included: Sharon Bentley, David Burke, Jeanine Carter, Joan Castleberry, Debbie Companion, Jennifer Craig, Steve Duke, Ken Hutchinson, Jayson Johnston, Andy Kober, Eric Pietsch, Cathy Smith, and Jay Turner. it’s ‘Bean’ a Success J Chili Challenge Draws Biggest Crowd Yet By ANDY KOBER They are gOing to have to find more room. Campground Chili Challenge 111 drew nearly 100 cooks, tasters, hot pepper eaters and spectators to F.D. Roosevelt State Park last Saturday. That crowd had the group shelter locat- ed below the Lake Delanor dam full of peo— ple with considerable space taken by tables loaded with chili. Saturday’s event drew the largest num- ber of contestants in the history of the chili challenge. Thirteen chili cooks, not only from Harris County, but from a wide area brought their favorite recipes. Without knowing the identity of who pre— pared which chili, a panel of judges sampled each chili. Forget about presentation, this was all about taste as each sample was only identified by a number. The judges picked their three winners. First Place went to Jeanine Carter for “Mimi’s 911 Chili, second 'PlaCe was Sharon Bentley for “Maw-Maw’s Chili”, and Third Place went to Andy Kober for the “Firehouse Special”. Those in attendance paid a fee to sample the various chili concoctions and vote for People’s Choice winner. First Place went to David Burke for “Ponchartrain Potpourri”, Second Place went to Cathy Smith for Coco Loco Chili, and Third Place went to Eric Pietsch for Chuck Norris Porridge. Some of the chili cooks have already been talking about next year and tweaking their recipes. In addition to the chili cookoff, a Heat Challenge pepper eating contest was held. HOT STUFF — The Heat Challenge Pepper eating contest held with the Camp Chili Challenge ended with the final two contestants shown with the firefighters that deliv- ered the final hot peppers. Shown left to right are: JR OWens, First Place winner Jimmy Whitnall, Second Place Winner, Jeffrey Satterfield, Jimmy Carver and Chris Smith. by ANDY KOBER 1. ii The Troup County Health Department recently inspected two restaurants in Hogansville and both received good scores. Arby’s — Love’s 'IYavel Stop, located at 1621 Bass Cross Road, was inspected on Jan. 14, and earned a score. Inspectors report- Hogansville Community Calendar ‘ American Legion Post karaoke and grill open pm. Saturday, Jan. 23. For more information or reservations call 706-977-4822. Downtown Development Authority meet- ing. 6:30 pm. Tuesday, Jan. 26, in Hogansville City Hall. The public is welcome to attend. Preschool Storytime at Hogansville Public Library, 10:30 am. Wednesday, Jan. 27. For more information call 706-637-6230. God’s Bread Basket food pantry, open 9 am. to noon, Thursday, Jan. 28, behind Hogansville Senior Center. Sponsored by Hogansville Ministerial Association. Hogansville Pilot club meeting, 6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 1, at the Hogansville Recreation 8‘ estaurants Earn Good Health Scores 'p.m., Monday, Feb. 8, at the Lodge in Hogansville. Subscribe: (706) 846-3188 life has to offer, but appearances are deceiv- ing Miss Clara, an older, wiser woman, gives them much needed guidance for a better way to live. The church is located at 500 East. Main Street. There is no charge. By Vicki Kober LIMITED TEME OFFER - GET INTNET $393... WKEN YOU BUNDLE WITH EXiEE VfliSE HOME PHONE 5ER§HCE surmise commumcgm . . SERVICES or AMERICA” ' One-time setup fee may be charged at time of sale. Minimum 24-month service term for Internet service and a minimum Smooth service term for voice. Monthly service fees, equipment lease fees, taxes, and surcharges apply. Actual speeds will vary. Offer may be changed or withdrawn at any time. By Andy Kober FDR Park Naturalist Amy Waite is shown directing the testers to the chili samples, which only had numbers so that none of the tasters know whose chili they were sampling. TESTER SAMPLING — exeoe lNTERNET Nine competitors with very strong diges- tive systems entered the competition, eating progressively hotter peppers. .. . , When all of'the in—house peppers had been consumed, four competitors remained for the final round. The peppers used in the final round were so hot, they were delivered to the group shel- ter in a Pine Mountain fire truck with red lights and siren, and a Harris County EMS unit following to provide assistance. It did not take long for the final hot pep- pers to bring the pepper eating contest to a close. The winner of the pepper eating Heat Challenge contest was Jimmy Whitnall, with Jeffrey Satterfield finishing second and Pete Antonich rounding out the top three. 4% Erie" fast v. . . I» ,. airs 13115 Commerce fivenua, LEG-marge {Next tr: Chickut‘iiwm 7G6-884‘2336 ‘ Chy Camaro SS fie-t Editiontii Must Seem By Andy Kober ground ed that floors in a back room needed to be cleaned. Waffle House, located at 1615 Bass Street, was inspected on Jan. 13, and received a 92 score. Inspectors noted that towels were need- ed at the hand wash sink, that all buckets needed to be labeled and cleaning needed to be done under all equipment. Department. Hogansville City Council meeting, 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 1, in city hall. The public is encour- aged to attend. Line Dancing Class, 1 pm. Wednesday, Feb. 3, at the Hogansville Senior Center. Free to sen- iors. For more information call 706-637-6606. Hogansville Masonic Lodge meeting, 7:30 Hummingbird Quilt Guild, 1 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the Community Room of the Hogansville Housing Authority. Line Dancing Class, 1 pm. Wednesday, Feb. 10, at the Hogansville Senior Center. 3 mm mots i necem