What's Happening 5-31-09

Chili Cook-Off for Cornville 
June 6
The Cornville Community Association announces a CASI-sanctioned Chili Cook-Off at Windmill Park in Cornville.  There will be two Chili divisions, all of it prepared on-site: People's Choice Chili includes whatever ingredients are usually found in your chili. Judging will be by the tasting public. Competition Red Chili is to be prepared from scratch, with no prepared mixes or marinades, and no fillers. A panel of tasters will judge the Red Chili entries.
The Cook-off is open to Chili Cooks of all ages for the people's choice chili, (competition Red chili cooks must be 18 to participate) and open to the public for tasting. The Entry Fee, payable the day of the event, for Competition Red Chili Cooks is $10, with checks made payable to YCS (Yavapai Chili Society). Cups and spoons will be provided to tasters, for a small fee. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Cornville Community Association
There is no entry fee for tasters or People's Choice Chili Cooks. 
Cooks must provide all ingredients (purchased from a supermarket or other approved source) plus: propane stove (or other cooking device able to heat the chili to 165 degrees); cooking pot & utensils to cook & serve; an ice chest with ice for raw meat only; bleach water for 3-station sanitizing; and a canopy. On site cooking must be done under the canopy.
Come watch the preparations beginning at 10 a.m. People's Choice Chili tasting & voting begins at 11 a.m. Competition chili tasting at 1 p.m.
Contact Lois Hook at (928) 649-3190 or e-mail loishoo@cableone.net for either set of chili rules and to pre-register.

Chili Cook-Off for Cornville June 6 The Cornville Community Association announces a CASI-sanctioned Chili Cook-Off at Windmill Park in Cornville.  There will be two Chili divisions, all of it prepared on-site: People's Choice Chili includes whatever ingredients are usually found in your chili. Judging will be by the tasting public. Competition Red Chili is to be prepared from scratch, with no prepared mixes or marinades, and no fillers. A panel of tasters will judge the Red Chili entries. The Cook-off is open to Chili Cooks of all ages for the people's choice chili, (competition Red chili cooks must be 18 to participate) and open to the public for tasting. The Entry Fee, payable the day of the event, for Competition Red Chili Cooks is $10, with checks made payable to YCS (Yavapai Chili Society). Cups and spoons will be provided to tasters, for a small fee. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Cornville Community Association There is no entry fee for tasters or People's Choice Chili Cooks. Cooks must provide all ingredients (purchased from a supermarket or other approved source) plus: propane stove (or other cooking device able to heat the chili to 165 degrees); cooking pot & utensils to cook & serve; an ice chest with ice for raw meat only; bleach water for 3-station sanitizing; and a canopy. On site cooking must be done under the canopy. Come watch the preparations beginning at 10 a.m. People's Choice Chili tasting & voting begins at 11 a.m. Competition chili tasting at 1 p.m. Contact Lois Hook at (928) 649-3190 or e-mail loishoo@cableone.net for either set of chili rules and to pre-register.

Grace Lutheran VBS

June 8-12

Vacation Bible School at Grace Community Lutheran Church in Rimrock, 5100 Stevenson Drive, is 6-8 p.m. daily. Registration starts at 5:30 on June 8. Come meet Skeeter at Crocodile Dock in Hokeybadjokey Swamp, play games, make crafts and have snacks. They will have our Jolly Jumper and a BBQ on the last night.

Records due for destruction

July 1

The Camp Verde Unified School District would like to inform all parents of students and former students who have been in special education programs of the destruction of records that are more than 5 years old. All special education data and information regarding students who have withdrawn, transferred, or graduated from the district will be kept for no more than five years. Records that are more than five years old of students no longer attending special education programs will also be destroyed. Parents of former students who have reached the age of 18 have the right to review the records and obtain copies of information needed. To schedule an appointment, call (928) 567-8071.

Mulvaney speaks to NAWBO

June 11

Maureen Gail Mulvaney, the best selling author of "The Women's Millionaire Club," will present success secrets of top performing millionaires at the Sedona Verde Valley chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. The luncheon is at Agave of Sedona. Tickets purchased one week in advance are $25 for members, $30 for nonmembers.  Please make reservations by visiting www.nawbosvv.org and click on Events for more information and to purchase tickets.

Swimming lessons at Village pool

June 1

Verde Village Clubhouse Swimming Pool will be offering swimming lessons. There will be three two-week sessions for beginning and intermediate lessons. Sessions start June 1, June 15, and June 29. Lessons are $30 for each two-week session.

Beginners will be Monday-Thursday, 10-10:45 a.m. Intermediates will be Monday-Thursday 11-11:45 a.m. Please contact the Verde Village Pool for more information and to sign up at (928) 634-5605.

Verde Valley Computer Club June Calendar

June 1, Shutterbug SIG, 6 p.m.

June 4, Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m.

June 5, Windows SIG, 5 p.m.

June 12, Internet SIG, 4 p.m.

June 19, Spreadsheet SIG, 4 p.m.

June 20, General Meeting, 9:30 a.m.

Visitors are welcome to attend all events. This is not "high tech," just users helping users. Visit the Web site at www.vvcclub.com. All events will be at the Clemenceau Building, Willard Street at Mingus Avenue, Cottonwood.

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