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The Results Are In, And the Chili Cook-Off Winners Are...

The Royal Oak Jaycees celebrate a successful Chili Cook-Off.

The Royal Oak Jaycees are happy to announce that they will be able to donate $1,500 to the Boys & Girls Club of South Oakland County and $1,500 to the Royal Oak Animal Shelter with profits from the 2012 Royal Oak Chili Cook-Off.

The third annual cook-off took place Nov. 10 at the Royal Oak Farmers Market and saw record attendance of more than 500 people. The event featured local bands, kids activities, a silent auction, Michigan beer, celebrity judges and six restaurants competing for several titles. This year’s winners are:

Best of the Best — Hamlin Corner
• People’s Choice — Town Tavern
• Best Vegetarian — Lily’s Seafood Grill & Brewery
• Most Original — Star Lanes Restaurant and Sports Bar at Emagine Royal Oak
• Spiciest — Hamlin Corner
• Best Turkey Chili — Bagger Dave’s
• Jaycees’ Choice — BlackFinn American Saloon
• Most Creative Booth — Town Tavern 

Follow the Royal Oak Chili Cook-Off at www.facebook.com/royaloakchilicookoff for more information and updates on next year’s event. 

Source: Royal Oak Jaycees Press Release

Roberta Colville November 17, 2012 at 11:58 AM
The Royal Oak Animal Shelter Thanks You!
The Duke of Royal Oak November 17, 2012 at 02:45 PM
The Royal Oak Animal Shelter is one of Royal Oak's greatest assets. Would be great if someone that can upload photos could volunteer at the shelter and have a continious presents on Royal Oak Patch. They need all the help they can get. I recently adopted from the shelter and the kitten is awesome and so well cared for at the shelter, and their are so many kittens, cats, and dogs looking for a forever home. Perhaps editor Judy Davids can expedite this service. Also needed at the shelter cat and dog food,cat litter. Also old blankets, towels and cleaning supplies (bleach, dish soap,hand sanitizers,etc.)
Roberta Colville November 18, 2012 at 12:20 PM
We really need help advertising to get these beautiful animals adopted.

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