Chili & Quackers in Del Mar

Nejad Demirtay, Sharyn Daly

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The Rotary Club of Del Mar hosted its popular and successful Chili & Quackers Challenge on Oct. 15 at Powerhouse Park in Del Mar. This free event featured a Ducky Derby and Chili Cook-Off for restaurants and individuals.

Winners of the 2011 challenge:
1) Dick and Marilyn Bigelow – iPad2
2) John Hayden – iPad2
3) Ashley Roberts – flat screen TV
4) Rotaract – iPod Touch
5) Ellie Boomer – Panasonic Lumix camera
6) Jessica Daly-White – 2 night stay – Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa
7) Sabrina Jaime -$100 Sbicca
8) Paige Matthews – Stratford Square Package
9) Samantha Jaime – Wellness package – $50 Jimbos and 1 session w/ Christiane Stefanoff Encinitas Acupuncture
10) Tom McCarthy – $50 Brigantine
11) Craig Gallagher – 2 tickets 2012 DM Rotary Sunset Soiree

Photos: Jon Clark

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  4. Del Mar Rotary Club to hold third annual Chili and Quackers Challenge
  5. Duck race, chili cook-off spice up Rotary’s efforts

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