August 2008 Web Page www.chili.org Volume 21 Issue 8
The Battle of Parkers Crossroads, Tennessee--2008 “Version”
Parkers' Traveling Winnners: INDIANA Group: Darin & Tonya Jester, Jeff Netser (holding
Traveling Bugle trophy), Julie Netser, Marilyn Jester, and Tim Brown
entertain a great crowd of CASI cooks, their families, and many spectators by demonstrating
Front row, left to right: Sara Garrett, MS (7th Chili), Tanna Jones, MS (2nd Chili), Candy life as it was in 1865 for soldiers and civilians. The Nineteenth Alabama Infantry recreated
Arevalo, FL (4th Chili & 2nd Showmanship), Connie Collier, TX (6th Chili). Back row, left to
many aspects of the life of soldiers and their families living under the constant roar of the
right: Mike Tarply, TN(3rd show), George Kunklem MO (1st Show), Alan Dean, TX (2nd
Chili), Jeff Netser, IN (9th Chili), Tim Brown, IN (10th Chili), Col. Tim Collier, TX(Champion cannons and gunfire.
Chili!!) Missing from photo: Rick Williams (5th chili), James Murry (8th Chili)
Along with a fabulous catfish dinner with all the trimmings, provided and prepared by
While General Nathan B. Forrest was outsmarting the Yankees, Colonel Tim Collier of faithful HOT Pod member Bill Stegbauer and his Memphis cooking team, another well-
Snyder, Texas, was doing the same to the busy multitude of chili cooks, each vying for the known Texan, Connie Collier, claimed the top Chili award on Friday night. During trophy
Texas-Tennessee Chili Challenge Champion title. As the cannons roared and the chili pots presentations, many cooks realized that the Indiana “brigade” were there to take home their
simmered, Colonel Collier kept his time-tested and mysterious chili recipe hidden until the share of coveted chili trophies as well. Many of us were becoming a bit concerned that those
appointed turn-in time. When the billowing smoke had settled and the cutthroat chili cooled, Texans and Hoosiers were smelling victory!
Colonel Tim Collier and General Nathan B. Forrest were both victorious at Parkers
Crossroads. On Saturday, the 53 chili cooks, representing 11 US states, had the friendly chili battle in
their encampment. Drenching rain and wind did not dampen their spirits nor lessen the
Upon closer observation, the true winner most possibly was the Parkers Crossroads success of the delicious pot-luck breakfast, or the raffle tables filled with chili memorabilia,
Battlefield Association. This hard working, charitable group of historians was able to
Parkers continued next column Parkers continued on Page 4
CASI Hot Line Chili Appreciation Society International Inc.
P.O. Box 859
US Postage Paid
888-CASIHOT Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Permit No. 81
If you have a cookoff coming up in the month of
October your cookoff information must be in the
hands of the CASI Upcomings Director by August
15th to meet the 30 day cookoff advertising require-
Page 2 Terlingua Trails August 2008
TallyWhackers ED Pondering
CASI chili cookoffs vary greatly in size and shape. They
range from large, multi-day extravaganzas to small, backyard
There is one link in our communications chain over which events.
we have no control; the United States Postal Service.
Over the past few years, the USPS will lose the paperwork With fuel prices at an all-time high, we face a time of
for one cookoff each year. However, this year they have uncertainty with the future of our cookoffs. We witnessed
reached new heights. At this writing, I am currently in the what happened at the Texas Open this year. There were a
midst of the fourth lost paperwork this year. large number of cooks but very few motorhomes. This was
very unusual for this event, but it may be a sign of things
This case is a good example of how good communications to come.
can make the best out of a bad situation. The paperwork
for a recent Saturday cookoff and Sunday cookoff were mailed at the same time, but in I’d like to suggest one formula for assuring success for your cookoffs:
separate envelopes. They were sent very soon after the cookoff and after a few days, the
referee checked CIS to see if they had been posted. When he saw that the Sunday cookoff 1. Work with a charity that is willing and able to help promote the cookoff.
had been processed, but not the Saturday cookoff, he contacted me. We agreed to give 2. Stage your cookoff in a place that has great visibility to the public or hold it in association
it a little more time and when that time elapsed without the Saturday envelope appearing, with an event that has built-in public attendance.
he proceeded to re-send the paperwork. Of course, it is a hassle to get another check from 3. Arrange the cooks, whether using pop-ups or motorhomes, in a way that invites the
the promoter and copy the paperwork, but the quick action here will prevent this cookoff public to visit with the cooks.
from becoming a delinquent. 4. Encourage chili show to entertain the public.
5. Show participating cooks that you appreciate their efforts to support the cookoff and
There were several “conspiracy theories” bandied about because this particular cookoff the charity.
contained a very rare point for our President. But we concluded the USPS was to blame, 6. Make an effort to solicit donations from the public through raffles, auctions, People’s
and there were no extraterrestrial forces at work here. Choice competition, or other activities.
Someday, hopefully soon, we will have a better way to get paperwork from you to me; but If we utilize these ideas, we can attract more sponsors, gain greater exposure and marketing
until we do, we’ll have to rely on the USPS. The thing to remember here is that when you for CASI, and increase our charitable contributions without further taxing the cooks.
drop that paperwork in the mail, your work is not done. Usually it will take three to four days
for the mail to get to me. Unless I’m out of town, I will process the paperwork within a day See you at the cookoffs.
or two of receiving it. So, in most cases, you should be able to see that cookoff’s results
on CIS a week after you send it. So keep looking until you see it, and if you don’t, it would Alan
be wise to contact me.
Again this month there are no delinquent cookoffs, so our new streak is well under way.
So, that makes just one delinquent in the last seven months; that’s great work by our
Didn't buy at TICC, you still can
referees. The cooks and I thank you.
Long Sleeve T-Shirts, Bandanas, Baseball Shirts,
Bill Pierson Tank Tops, Ladies T-Shirts, Bumper Stickers and
CASI TallyMaster Window Decals. Aprons, CASI Window Shades, Tote
Bags. 2006 Posters and some previous years
CONDOLENCES Dorathy Williams 1-888-227-4468 or email
Please keep their families and friends in your thoughts and prayers Dorathy@hughes.net
Richard Scott, Odessa, TX
Joe Dalton, Houston, TX
Please make note: the contact for obtaining insurance certificates for
CASI members, please check your personal information cookoffs has changed. To get a certificate (proof of insurance) for your
cookoff, please contact Michelle Moreau-Account Manager, or Mindy Hines,
in the CASI Information System. Corrections and Consolidated Insurance Center, Inc., 11403 Cronridge Drive, PO Box 0664,
additions should be sent to CASI Data Manager, Joe Owings Mills, MD 21117-0664, Phone: 410-356-9500, Fax: 410-363-3520,
Price at email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Dean’s Chili Hot News is now available on the
web at: Editor & Publisher: Doug (Bucky) Seelig
www.chotnews.blogspot.com/ Upcoming Cookoffs: Dorathy Williams
This newsletter is updated almost daily with the latest Cookoff Results: Bill Pierson Articles: Renee Moore
news about CASI, cookoffs, cooks, and much more. Printer: Kerrville Daily Times - Kerrville, Texas
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 3
Bess’ Best News for them - Harry and I have been drinking this water for the past couple of weeks and
we are not going to start boiling the water. JR has brought us in water from the farm, been
Hello to all from beautiful Lamar, Missouri, where the weather
using it for coffee and the pets. JR told his dad that whatever is wrong with the water keeps
pattern is just like the television soap operas, changing day
it from being crystal clear, and something else, but it is not life or death and I think Harry
to day. The only thing I ask for is nice weather for the Missouri
and I have drank dirty water before and survived. But try to go to the grocery store or one
State Chili Cookoff. But if God sees differently, being chili
of the 3 or 4 handy stops and buy bottled water; have fun, even the spaces for soda are way
cooks we can adapt for about any kind of weather. Several
years ago, our first year in Golden City, we experienced a small
shower that sort of interrupted our cooks’ party and then the
I ran into a little problem this year with my goody bags for the cookoff. The sponsors were
not as generous as in the past, but all tried in some way to help out the cookoff. The crunch
is being felt by more and more around Lamar each day and week. In fact, I lost four of my
Saturday morning was a nice morning, a little humid, but not a cloud in the sky. Cooks started
good sponsors from past years who have gone out of business.
arriving and everything was a go for another typical July Saturday Cookoff. The closer it
came to turn-in time, the darker the skies got, and then they opened up and it rained; and
I started out the column telling you I wasn’t concerned about the weather. I just had to make
boy did it rain. We were fortunate the area of the park we were cooking in had two large
a wild run to the backyard and take the clothes off the clothesline. I spent two hours washing
covered shelter houses, one being slightly downhill from the other, and both downhill from
and hanging them out and didn’t want that to go to waste. One of those ‘Show Me State’
the entrance to the park.
July afternoon showers. No, I don’t use a clothes dryer. I have one but am trying to save
on electricity, and besides, they smell better when hung out on a clothesline to dry. Only
Judging was done in the lower shelter house, the rain kept coming down, and the water was
a couple of drawbacks, you have to watch they don’t get sun bleached and keep an eye out
starting to back up. We had water everywhere. Ten minutes after awards, the sun came out
for the birds.
and the sky cleared. For all of you who attended, you remember what a rain and GOOD TIME
We stopped at The Farmers Market on the way home from Mass and bought a bunch of
groceries. All that stuff that is going to make us sick. I picked up several nice-sized fresh
This time next Saturday we will be 45 minutes from turn-in and for all who braved the odds
tomatoes, a mess of green beans, and some new potatoes. Harry likes them slightly boiled
facing all the chili cooks to attend - Thank You!
and then fried. Betty (JR’s fiancée) called and said she was coming to Lamar to cook the
Sunday afternoon meal for all of us. So I picked up a couple of watermelons. They were the
Harry keeps reminding me when I speak of all the weather flukes we are having that any year
old fashioned kind – the big dark green type - and I gave 5 cents a pound for them; not one
ending in the number 8 will bring bad and devastating weather. I am beginning to think that
of those melons you give $6.00 for at Wally World and is no bigger than a soccer ball.
is what I am going through getting this 2008 State Chili Cookoff behind me.
I think Betty really is coming over to see Austin. This is the first time he has been home
We had the tomato scare, now it is supposed to be the peppers not the tomatoes. Then if
since he graduated in the middle of May. Harry tells everyone he has gone off to war. He
you buy your groceries from a couple of name chain stores (which I am not going to mention),
has been working in Kansas and Nebraska for a construction company that extracts methane
we have the ground beef (or as we call it here at the retirement White House - hamburger)
gas from landfills. Austin traded his roping pony for a big yellow Caterpillar for the summer,
that is supposed to make you sick. I know they call it something else but I am not going
or at least they are trying to teach him how to operate a Cat. I would like to see that.
to take the time to look up how to spell it.
Harry has it pictured like the Elvis Presley movie where Elvis went into the Army and they
Then if that was not enough, Lamar is under a boil order for the water. All the people who
taught him to drive a tank on a remote part of the Army base. Austin is learning to drive
wear the white hats say “nothing to worry about” and they do not know why a level of
a Cat on a landfill and the only thing he can mess up is to run over the trash.
something called a nigunt goes from .05 to 7.0 in the holding area.
Well, I am going to slip out of here for now. I need to start making my list for the state cookoff;
We found out yesterday that our three water towers are empty and have been for a couple
I think I am as nervous as the first chili cookoff I put on many years ago.
of weeks. Seems like every time they fill the towers, the water checks bad. I guess our big
town has tried to keep this under wraps but somehow it got out and now we’ve got a boil
It’s Tuesday morning and we have news on the water problem for Lamar. Last night, the Fire
order. Today’s paper said it would run through at least Tuesday because no one would be
Department was doing the yearly tests on the fire trucks pumps at the city lake. All this
in Jefferson City to lift the order (Jefferson City is our state capital.)
trouble the City had with the drinking water turned out to be a broken fill pipe. I wonder
if Monday night was not pressure testing night how long it would have gone before being
found. One of the fire department divers replaced the pipe and a test on the water showed
Important Insurance Notice the nigunts, or whatever, gone from our drinking water.
It’s just the joys of small town living. Harry tells everyone “don’t go past the city limits sign
If you are holding a cookoff, please make sure the venue has their own because the earth is flat, and if you do you will fall off”.
insurance before having them listed as an additional insured on the CASI
certificate for that event. Holding a cookoff at a location that does not have Running late and have to go get Cheyenne. She is going to help me the rest of the week
with the chili cookoff.
insurance, and basically sharing the CASI insurance for their liability, could
have catastrophic consequences to our insurance and ability to continue Remember to “Start Slow & Then Taper Off.”
Bess & Harry
The purpose of CASI insurance is to protect CASI and is not to protect
those too foolish to protect themselves.
Page 4 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Renewing Members Dani C Medlin – Dallas, TX
CASI Membership Report Cathy Allcorn – Denton, TX
Keith Miller – Madison, NC
Robin Miller – Madison, NC
Jeff Netser – Seymour, IN
Candace Arevalo – Wellington, FL
John Goforth - Membership Chairperson Frank Arevalo – Wellington, FL
Julie Netser – Seymour, IN
Jim Paddack – Sanger, TX
Debbie Ashman – Bastrop, TX
Thank you to all of our members who have renewed their annual Melvin Sanders – Amarillo, TX
Steve Ashman – Bastrop, TX
dues. If you have a question about your membership, please call Shirley Sexton – Dallas, TX
Harold Beaman – Richardson, TX
Rick Sievering – Rockville, MD
me (830) 832-5070 or email me (email@example.com.) It is so Millie Bingham – Amarillo, TX
Kelly Talavera – Kyle, TX
encouraging to receive all the new membership applications – both Jim Birch – Seabrook, TX
Robert Talavera – Kyle, TX
individuals and corporate. To see our members renew and reaffirm Monette Birch – Seabrook, TX
David Thordarson – Bloomfield, IA
their faith in the CASI organization is very gratifying. If you see Karen Bowden – Malakoff, TX
Jim Trietsch – Waco, TX
Gary Brignon – Waxahachie, TX
any of these members at cookoffs in your area, I encourage you Dick Wagner – Little Rock, AR
Kelly Brignon – Waxahachie, TX
to make a new friend and extend a warm CASI welcome. Thank you. Jessie Waguespack – Austin, TX
Bill Britton – Laramie, WY
PLEASE NOTE: ADDRESS FOR MEMBERSHIP- Eric Williams – Terrell, TX
Linda Buschel – Red Oak, TX
Michael Williams – Mocksville, NC
P.O. BOX 841, COMFORT, TX 78013-0841 Jeannette Cardenas – Austin, TX
Tammy Williams, Terrell, TX
Jack Curry – San Mateo, CA
Weldon Daniels – Wichita Falls, TX
CASI would like to welcome back these annual
Our New CASI Members: Debbie Greenlee – Springdale, AR
members and some of our past members who have
Michael Hrcek – Duvall, WA Don Greenlee – Springdale, AR
joined us again.
Khristina Jauch – Morrill, NE William Hess – Eugene, OR
Donna Anderson – Sutherland Springs, TX
Shelley Kroencke – Lenexa, KS Gary Holmes – Springdale, AR
Justin Bailey – Redfield, AR Remember if you’re moving, let us know. Your
Larry Kuntschik – Katy, TX Derrick Janisz – Tarpon Springs, FL
Ron Baker – Ennis, TX Trails will not follow you without an address
Nelda Matheson – Amarillo, TX Kenny Jones – Reidsville, NC
Douglas A Barnhart – Riegelsville, PA change. You can either call me (830-832-5070) or
Michael Park – Bastrop, TX Pat Langley – Garland, TX
Mary Bowen – Pocola, OK email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric Scott – Pennington, NJ Tim Lawler – Severna Park, MD
Beth Boyd – Stafford, TX
Josh Seabolt – Collinsville, OK Sherril Lloyd – San Angelo, TX
Chris Branham – San Marcos, TX Need to know when your membership expires or
Aegina Smith – Amarillo, TX Margaret Lopez – Pampa, TX
David Buntrock – San Antonio, TX how to get in touch with a friend, visit the CASI
Jordan Tenison – Warrensburg, MO Steven A Lopez – Pampa, TX
Kenneth Davis – Morrill, NE Information site (CIS). It can answer those questions
Amy Torres – Walker, LA Greta Maturo – Niceville, FL
Keith W Fry – Panama City Beach, FL and a whole lot more! I hope each of you will take
Ryan Torres – Walker, LA Jimmy Maturo – Niceville, FL
Steve Goebel – Van Buren, AR the time to add your phone numbers and email
Joe Trigo – Bastrop, TX Amanda McDonald – Amarillo, TX
Anna Hoffelder – Laramie, WY addresses to your data. You never know who might
Val Velitschkowski – Apache Junction, AZ Bill McDonald – Amarillo, TX
give you a call!!!
Corporate Membership or silent auction of 20 lovely “Champion” baskets, or the live
stove auction for a Wendell Rankin custom-painted stove.
The "Challenge” day progressed to announcements,
John Goforth - Membership Chairperson confirming our previous “victory” concerns as the Saturday
winners were announced, and Colonel Jim Ezell presented
Comanche Trails - Terlingua, TX the “traveling bugle” to the Indiana bunch for their
Cycletek - Terlingua, TX overwhelming support.
Desert Sports - Terlingua, TX
AND THANK THESE Dumb Blond Enterprises LLC - Kansas City, MO With the help of Colonel Richard Knight, and his bride Carol,
CASI MEMBERS. Forever Resorts, Chisos Mountains Lodge - Big along with so many others, the 14th Annual Battleground Chili
They have invested in our Society as Annual Corporate Bend Natl. Park, TX Cook Off was great success. We were able to re-unite with many
Members. If you live in their area, PLEASE stop by and thank Goshawk Environmental Consulting, Inc. - Kyle, TX old friends and were honored to make several new ones. Chili
them personally. International River Runners - Austin, TX cooks demonstrated once again their dedication to cooking chili
Lake Country Lanes - Marble Falls, TX for charity, while demonstrating their commitment to enduring
Please Welcome Back Our Returning Long Draw Pizza - Terlingua, TX friendships.
Corporate Members Dr Steve & Ann Meyer - Dallas, TX
Mitchell Resort & RV Park - Perrin, TX Thank you to all who made this special week-end a major victory!
Lake Country Lanes – Marble Falls, TX Mockingbird Hill - Bronte, TX
Dr. Steve & Ann Meyer – Dallas, TX Monosite, Inc. - Odessa, TX Preston and Susie Shaw
Passport America – Long Beach, MS Passport America - Long Beach, MS Heart of Tennessee Pod
Red River Conference Center – Red River, NM 9 Fingers Jeep Tours - Odessa, TX
Rio Bravo Security – Terlingua, TX Pelican’s on the Bayou - New Iberia, LA
Keep Doin’ What Ya Love and Lovin’ What Ya Do….
Southwest Canopy of Texas, Inc. – Houston, TX Purple Haze Jeep Club - Gardendale, TX
Quilts, Etc by Marguerite - Terlingua, TX Cooking Chili for Charity with CASI!
R&R Construction, Inc. - Monahans, TX
CORPORATE MEMBERS Red Lion Spicy Food Company - Red Lion, PA
Red River Conference Center - Red River, NM Southwest Canopy of Texas, Inc. - Houston, TX
Ballenger & Associates - DeLeon, TX Renfro Foods, Inc. - Fort Worth, TX Southwest Horn Toad Raisers Assn. - Odessa, TX
Big Bend Motor Inn - Terlingua, TX Rio Bravo Security - Terlingua, TX T&K Dairy - Snyder, TX
Big Bend River Tours, Inc. - Terlingua, TX Saltwater Cowboy Cantina - Terlingua, TX Terlingua Auto Service - Terlingua, TX
Carefree RV Resorts - Scottsdale, AZ San Antonio Pod CASI - San Antonio, TX Thunderbird Machinery - Odessa, TX
Carpenter Law Firm - Austin, TX Snake River Chili - San Marcos, CA Vineyards of Texas - Canyon Lake, TX
Chisos Mining Co. Motel, Inc. - Terlingua, TX Southwest Abstract & Title Co. - Rankin, TX WPI Firefighter’s Fund - Ft. Worth, TX
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 5
TALLYMASTER'S Qualified As Of
July 15, 2008
STATISTICS 294 Lee Bailey, Maumelle AR
COOKS 295 Terry Graves, Wichita Falls TX
296 Sherree Duncan
REQ COOKOFFS CHILIS MONEY 243 Mary Stephens, Canyon Lake TX
244 Chuck Hawthorne, Wichita Falls TX North Richland Hills TX
STATE PTS HELD JUDGED RAISED
245 Sherry Muhlbauer, Wichita Falls TX 297 Dianne Stimson, Crawford TX
ALABAMA 6 2 38 4,000.00 298 H. Ray King, Seguin TX
246 Carol Gibbs, Iowa Park TX
ARKANSAS 12 22 491 33,915.00 247 Charles “Chip” Welsh, Red Lion PA 299 Norm Dunn, Sierra Vista AZ
ARIZONA 12 22 473 36,684.00 248 Patsy Elliott, El Paso TX 300 Daniel E. “Dan” Bauer
BRITISH COLUMBIA 6 1 0 3,000.00 249 Janet Cielencki, San Antonio TX Alexandria VA
CALIFORNIA 6 1 28 1,500.00 250 Meredith Martin, Frisco TX 301 B.J. Barefoot, Burlington NC
COLORADO 9 3 56 14,650.00 251 Dick Wagner, Little Rock AR
252 Lynne Murry, Como MS
253 Raymond Pilchiek, Bluffton TX
IOWA 6 4 69 6,341.00 254 Jamie Ballenger, De Leon TX 123 Cowgirl Attitude, Sanger TX
255 James Murry, Como MS Blackburn, Vickie
ILLINOIS 12 11 240 5,538.00
256 Neal Doss, Georgetown TX 124 Dukester Chili, Valley Mills TX
INDIANA 6 2 50 31,000.00 257 Jim Weller, Rockton IL Duke, Randall Lee (Randy)
KANSAS 6 3 127 2,987.00 258 Pat Krenek, Houston TX 125 Doc’s Backbone Chili
LOUISIANA 6 7 232 9,597.00 259 Vicki Hebert, Pearland TX Marble Falls TX
MARYLAND 9 5 95 7,250.00 260 Roy Davis, Pasadena TX Kinnison, Larry “Doc”
MISSOURI 6 2 31 4,000.00 261 Eve DuMond, El Paso TX 126 Oil Field Trash, Houston TX
MISSISSIPPI 6 2 51 2,450.00 262 Lee Roy Childress, Midland TX Hammock, Larry
MEXICO 6 4 173 6,282.00 263 Dan (Danny) Campbell, Cedar Hill TX 127 Pirates of the Chili Bean
NORTH CAROLINA 9 7 148 46,180.00 264 John Daniels, Winona TX Portland OR
265 Clint Wooster, Wichita Falls TX Price, Steven (Steve)
NEBRASKA 6 1 17 500.00
266 William C “Bill” Pierson, Batavia IL 128 Warriors of the Crimson P
NEW MEXICO 9 8 180 6,016.00 267 W.E. “Bill” Britton, Laramie WY Longmont CO
NEW YORK 6 1 22 2,000.00 268 Anna Holfelder, Laramie WY Lee, Steve
OKLAHOMA 12 15 283 82,624.00 269 Rex W. Jones, Dallas TX 129 Lair of the Fox, Rowlett TX
PENNSYLVANIA 6 3 48 687.00 270 Steve Lee, Longmont CO Bowman, Toni
SOUTH CAROLINA 6 2 30 13,400.00 271 Rocky Kimball, Highlands Ranch CO 130 Chili Head, Conifer CO
TENNESSEE 9 7 194 48,600.00 272 Linda Wilkinson, Loveland CO Booth, Michael
TEXAS 12 277 8,987 543,518.00 273 Cheryl L Pierson, Batavia IL 131 2 Shots 2 Hot, Afton OK
VIRGINIA 9 5 104 3,090.00 274 Dan Barefoot, Burlington NC Britton, Clay
275 Susan Campbell, Amarillo TX 132 Road Dawgs, Greenwood AR
VIRGIN ISLANDS 6 1 15 14,000.00
276 Hannah Snyder, Tulsa OK Gilliam, Randy
WASHINGTON 6 1 19 615.00 277 Jami Gregory, Broken Arrow OK 133 Chili Peg, Mission KS
WYOMING 6 1 29 4,000.00 278 Tom “Tucker” Snyder, Tulsa OK Velasquez, Peggy
GRAND TOTAL 428 12,383 950,349.00 279 Mike Mayenschein, Owasso OK 134 Copenhagen Lady, San Antonio TX
280 Janie Burruss, San Marcos TX Schrade, Connie Sue
DELINQUENT COOKOFFS - These are 281 Lil Drake, Houston TX 135 Lenora’s Zoo Animals, Victoria TX
Cookoffs held before 06/01/08 that 282 Mari Capehart, Seguin TX Martignoni, Lenora
results have not been received for! 283 Jeremy Bauer, Clifton VA 136 Lost Texan Salsa, Matagorda TX
284 Herb Ross, Marble Falls TX Clary, Laura
285 Barbara Benold, Dripping Springs TX 137 King James & The Misfits
286 Steve Goebel, Van Buren AR Comfort TX
Remember Loved Ones 287 Dara Hopson, Fort Smith AR Stateczny, Jim
288 Larry Velasquez, Mission KS 138 Slow Byrne Chili, Malakoff TX
Contributions to the CASI National Scholarship Fund in memory of a loved one or to honor 289 Shelley Kroencke, Lenexa KS Bowden, Karen Byrne
a birthday, wedding, anniversary or special occasion are always appreciated. Please feel 290 Dixie Johnson, Lamar MO 139 Rock-N-Roll, Lewisville TX
free to utilize this form when submitting a donation. Donations should be mailed to: Alan 291 Karen Reinke, Martindale TX Thedford, Gale
Dean, Executive Director, CASI, 112 Leaning Oak Circle, Johnson City, TX 78636. 292 Dennis Bertling, Cedar Rapids IA
293 Gerald “Gary Christensen
A contribution is enclosed in the amount of $____________. Cedar Rapids IA
This contribution is in memory of or in honor of: __________________________
Please send acknowledgement to: _______________________________________
_________________________________________________________________ If you have articles or photos of cookoffs or events in your area
(Street Address) (City, State, Zip) you would like to share with the CASI community, please send
Indicate acknowledgement is from:______________________________________
(Name) them to me and I will publish them if space permits.
(Street Address) (City, State, Zip)
Page 6 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Cook Off Winners
May 17, 2008-004 - La Vernia TX 2 Circle E Chili, Vancouver BC 3 Jazz Cafe, La Luz NM Bedford TX
Bluebonnet Fest Chili & Bean CCO, 20 CHILIS Tim Everett Annette Price Karen Ducote
CHILI WINNERS 3 Mad Cow, Langley BC
1 Janie Burruss, San Marcos TX Wayne Fettback Jun 7, 2008-002 - Houston TX Jun 7, 2008-006 - Queen Creek AZ
2 Lil Drake, Houston TX Space City POD 28th Annual CCO, 45 CHILIS 6th Summer Splash, 22 CHILIS
3 Mari Capehart, Seguin TX May 25, 2008-005 - Wichita Falls TX CHILI WINNERS CHILI WINNERS
4 Sharon Roy, Johnson City TX North of Brazos Cookoff, 56 CHILIS 1 Patsy Childress, Midland TX 1 Sandi Garner, Mesa AZ
5 John Goforth, Comfort TX CHILI WINNERS 2 Jo Frances Turvey, Houston TX 2 Pat Linne, Queen Creek AZ
6 Mary Ellen Gillen, San Antonio TX 1 Tim Collier, Snyder TX 3 Larry “Doc” Kinnison 3 Scott Hamilton, Queen Creek AZ
7 Marolyn “Mayo” Blair, Houston TX 2 Suzie Manske, Arlington TX Marble Falls TX 4 John C. Johnson, Sierra Vista AZ
8 Blake Sangerhausen, Seguin TX 3 David Lefler, Bardwell TX 4 John Caffey, Rockdale TX 5 Lylah Raven, Phoenix AZ
9 James Gillen Jr, San Antonio TX 4 Sharon Neff, Irving TX 5 Nigel Delgado, Houston TX 6 Tom J. Klug, Gold Canyon AZ
10 Pat Dreibrodt, Comfort TX 5 Chuck Hawthorne, Wichita Falls TX 6 Bruce Wilkins, Houston TX 7 Val Velitschkowski
6 Carol Gibbs, Iowa Park TX 7 Ed Nesbitt, Houston TX Apache Junction AZ
May 24, 2008-004 - Wichita Falls TX 7 Kyle Adams, Iowa Park TX 8 Lil Drake, Houston TX 8 Bob Bell, Chandler AZ
25th Annual Southwest Open Chili, 85 CHILIS 8 Sylvia Riordan, Wichita Falls TX 9 Lynn Delgado, Houston TX 9 Charlie Elliott, Queen Creek AZ
CHILI WINNERS 9 Judy Hawthorne, Wichita Falls TX 10 Earl W. “Who?” Gorhum 10 Bernard “Bernie” Kowalski
1 Chuck Hawthorne, Wichita Falls TX 10 Larry George, Livingston TX Montgomery TX Gilbert AZ
2 Sherry Muhlbauer, Wichita Falls TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
3 Donell Dickerson, Shawnee OK 1 Mad Hatter, Wichita Falls TX 1 Tall Girl Frog, Rockdale TX 1 Magic Chili, Gilbert AZ
4 Sylvia Riordan, Wichita Falls TX Nancy Graves Betty Sue Caffey Bernard “Bernie” Kowalski
5 Tim Collier, Snyder TX 2 BJ’s Cathouse Chili, Shawnee OK 2 Lost Texan Salsa, Matagorda TX 2 Los Tres Pendejos, Sierra Vista AZ
6 Kyle Adams, Iowa Park TX Bettie Spears Laura Clary Ben Berry
7 Dennis H. Jackson, Iowa Park TX 3 Bob Sundance Chili, Iowa Park TX 3 Pig Stop Chili, Houston TX 3 Kokopeli Chili Too, Sierra Vista AZ
8 David Lefler, Bardwell TX C R “Bob” Luney Sharon Dozier Sunny Fichtl
9 Terry Graves, Wichita Falls TX
10 Sharon Neff, Irving TX May 31, 2008-004 - El Paso TX Jun 7, 2008-004 - Little Rock AR Jun 7, 2008-008 - De Leon TX
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Annual Longhorn Saloon CCO, 21 CHILIS Our Place Cookoff, 16 CHILIS Mason Amstrong Lodge 445, 20 CHILIS
1 BJ’s Cathouse Chili, Shawnee OK CHILI WINNERS CHILI WINNERS CHILI WINNERS
Bettie Spears 1 Carol Straughan, El Paso TX 1 Connie Collier, Snyder TX 1 Raymond Pilchiek, Bluffton TX
2 Mad Hatter, Wichita Falls TX 2 Francisco “Frank” Estrada 2 Preston Nickle 2 Jamie Ballenger, De Leon TX
Nancy Graves Albuquerque NM North Little Rock AR 3 Kelly Brignon, Waxahachie TX
3 Bob Sundance Chili, Iowa Park TX 3 Richard (Dick) Rogers, La Luz NM 3 Bruce Smith, Little Rock AR 4 Jim Trietsch, Waco TX
C R “Bob” Luney 4 Rick Hanson, Las Cruces NM 4 Tim Collier, Snyder TX 5 James Ballard, Waxahachie TX
5 Ann Hanson, Las Cruces NM 5 Dick Wagner, Little Rock AR 6 J D “Big Jim” McCraw
May 24, 2008-005 - York PA 6 Raymond Lucero, El Paso TX 6 Linda Nickle, North Little Rock AR Goldthwaite TX
6th Annual Keystone State Pod CCO, 15 CHILIS 7 Patsy Elliott, El Paso TX 7 Eddie Wayne Sumrall, Little Rock AR 7 Gary Brignon, Waxahachie TX
CHILI WINNERS 8 Mike Evins, Las Cruces NM 8 Nancy Coultas, Tucson AZ 8 Allison Ballard, Waxahachie TX
1 Christine (Chris) Johnson 9 Mary L. Rogers, La Luz NM 9 Myrl Coultas, Tucson AZ 9 Cynthia “Kay” Lefler, Bardwell TX
Harrisburg PA 10 Eve DuMond, El Paso TX 10 Lee Bailey, Maumelle AR 10 Sharon Roy, Johnson City TX
2 Tim Lawler, Severna Park MD SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
3 Jack Windsor, Baltimore MD 1 Pretty Chili, El Paso TX 1 Roadrunner Chili, Tucson AZ 1 Dukester Chili, Valley Mills TX
4 Kimberly (Kim) Breton, Arnold MD Raymond Lucero Nancy Coultas Randall Lee (Randy) Duke
5 Charles “Chip” Welsh, Red Lion PA 2 Asheep At The Wheel, El Paso TX 2 LDN Chili, North Little Rock AR 2 Trash Can Chili, McGregor TX
6 Dick DeiTos, Fairfax VA Carol Straughan Linda Nickle Ernie Nelson
7 Richard Mazzur, Willow Street PA 3 Texas Wrangler Chili, El Paso TX 3 Dilligaf, Mabelvale AR 3 Cruel Girl Chili, De Leon TX
8 Jenny Windsor, Baltimore MD Donna Von Gentz Debbie Covey Jamie Ballenger
9 John Iaquinta, Severna Park MD
10 Nancy Bremer, Upper Marlboro MD Jun 7, 2008-001 - Organ NM Jun 7, 2008-005 - Irving TX Jun 7, 2008-009 - Longview TX
Bud’s Backyard Pod CCO, 17 CHILIS Delbert’s Dream for Irving CCO, 27 CHILIS 5th Annual Alley Fest Cookoff, 22 CHILIS
May 24, 2008-006 - Vancouver BC CHILI WINNERS CHILI WINNERS CHILI WINNERS
Canadian International Cookoff, 15 CHILIS 1 Richard (Dick) Rogers, La Luz NM 1 Beth Moon, Hurst TX 1 Kevin Daugherty, Leander TX
CHILI WINNERS 2 Michele Ungvarsky, Albuquerque NM 2 Kary Fieseler, Irving TX 2 David (Dave) Trice, Hallsville TX
1 S Ian Bayliss, Burnaby BC 3 Ann Hanson, Las Cruces NM 3 Stephanie Brockman, Irving TX 3 Barry Poole, Lafayette LA
2 Sylvie Bayliss, Burnaby BC 4 Don Stoppiro, El Paso TX 4 Cathy Preston, Arlington TX 4 Steve Doss, Shreveport LA
3 Ruth H. Peach, Tacoma WA 5 Mary Hernandez, El Paso TX 5 Kelly Killingbeck, Euless TX 5 Stan Moore, Tyler TX
4 Ken Peach, Tacoma WA 6 Rick Hanson, Las Cruces NM 6 Laura Cozby, Dallas TX 6 Pam Jameson, Tyler TX
5 Betty Duff, Port Coquitlam BC 7 Francisco “Frank” Estrada 7 Ginny Williams, Irving TX 7 Jack Jameson, Tyler TX
6 Lynne Brokaw, Seattle WA Albuquerque NM 8 Robert E “Bob” Coats, Irving TX 8 Lou Hewlett, Tyler TX
7 Fred Roycroft, Port Coquitlam BC 8 Carol Straughan, El Paso TX 9 Tina Barnes, Euless TX 9 John Daniels, Winona TX
8 Mike Waterman, Port Coquitlam BC 9 Patsy Elliott, El Paso TX 10 Ron Barnes, Euless TX 10 Lydia Alexander, Shreveport LA
9 Jerry Doucette, Surrey BC 10 Thomas Chaney, Anthony NM SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
10 Tim Everett, Vancouver BC SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 1 Bull Rush, Irving TX 1 Excuse Me, Shreveport LA
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 1 Beat The Heat, Anthony NM Ginny Williams Larry Russell
1 Pirates of the Chili Bean Thomas Chaney 2 Uownt-Too Chili, Mansfield TX 2 Dr. Dave’s VooDoo Stew
Portland OR 2 Exposure Chili, El Paso TX Dee Palmer Hallsville TX
Steven (Steve) Price Don Stoppiro 3 American Legion Family Cooking David (Dave) Trice
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 7
Page 8 Terlingua Trails August 2008
3 Road Warriors Roadkill Chili Brew 4 Larry Velasquez, Mission KS 1 Bad To The Bone, Conifer CO Jun 14, 2008-006 - El Paso TX
Terrell TX 5 Shelley Kroencke, Lenexa KS Michael Booth 4th Annual Flag Day CCO, 15 CHILIS
Larry Wampler 6 Lee Kroencke, Lenexa KS 2 Warriors of the Crimson Pepper CHILI WINNERS
7 Travis McCauley, Pittsburg KS Longmont CO 1 Carol Straughan, El Paso TX
Jun 7, 2008-011 - Frontenac KS 8 Rudy Lintner, Shawnee KS Steve Lee 2 Thomas Chaney, Anthony NM
Kansas State Chili Cookoff, 21 CHILIS 9 Colleen Lintner, Shawnee KS 3 Cow Camp Chili, Mitchell NE 3 Mary Hernandez, El Paso TX
CHILI WINNERS 10 Steve Dowdy, Kansas City MO Bob Blackburn 4 Marion “Bud” Barrick, Organ NM
1 Larry Velasquez, Mission KS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 5 Michele Ungvarsky, Albuquerque NM
2 Shelley Kroencke, Lenexa KS 1 Matt’s Magnificent Meat Jun 14, 2008-003 - Fort Worth TX 6 Bobby Elliott, El Paso TX
3 Don Greenlee, Springdale AR Pittsburg KS 32nd Annual Cowtown Pod CCO, 124 CHILIS 7 Eve DuMond, El Paso TX
4 Debbie Greenlee, Springdale AR Matt Frye CHILI WINNERS 8 Don Stoppiro, El Paso TX
5 Lee Kroencke, Lenexa KS 2 Chili Puercos, Mission KS 1 Ron Barnes, Euless TX 9 Armando Dominquez, El Paso TX
6 Mark Bass, Skiatook OK Larry Velasquez 2 Dan (Danny) Campbell, Cedar Hill TX 10 Patsy Elliott, El Paso TX
7 Dixie Johnson, Lamar MO 3 UNCLAIMED 3 R. Bruce Stewart, Hurst TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
8 Rudy Lintner, Shawnee KS 4 Kelly Killingbeck, Euless TX 1 Beat The Heat, Anthony NM
9 Colleen Lintner, Shawnee KS Jun 13, 2008-001 - Parkers Crossroads TN 5 Sally Lee, San Antonio TX Thomas Chaney
10 Melissa Herndon, Tulsa OK HOT Pod Cookoff, 39 CHILIS 6 Drucella “Dru” Stewart, Hurst TX 2 Exposure Chili, El Paso TX
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS CHILI WINNERS 7 Frances Sullivan, Ennis TX Don Stoppiro
1 Chili Peg, Mission KS 1 Connie Collier, Snyder TX 8 Patrick Sullivan, Mansfield TX 3 Asheep At The Wheel, El Paso TX
Peggy Velasquez 2 Sara Garrett, Southaven MS 9 Beth Moon, Hurst TX Carol Straughan
2 Toad Chokin’ Chili, Shawnee KS 3 Kenneth Swart, Kennesaw GA 10 Bonnie Loxterman, Rowlett TX
Colleen Lintner 4 Tim Brown, Indianapolis IN SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Jun 14, 2008-007 - Fort McKavett TX
3 Hot Stuff Chili, Skiatook OK 5 Susan Dean, Johnson City TX 1 American Legion Family Cooking Tea Ft McKavett Chili & BBQ Cookoff, 15 CHILIS
Mark Bass 6 Tonya Jester, Indianapolis IN m, Bedford TX CHILI WINNERS
7 Myrl Coultas, Tucson AZ Gary Hall 1 John Goforth, Comfort TX
Jun 7, 2008-012 - Mayer AZ 8 Lynne Murry, Como MS 2 Ain’t No Chili Show, Garland TX 2 Sharon Roy, Johnson City TX
Mayer Daze Cookoff, 15 CHILIS 9 Renee F Moore, Gulf Shores AL Bill Lester 3 Ronnie Wipff, Sonora TX
CHILI WINNERS 10 Sharon Pinnell, Helotes TX 3 Belly Buster, Bullard TX 4 Lynn Wipff, Sonora TX
1 Maxine N Lee, Cornville AZ SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Bryan McFarlin 5 Pat Dreibrodt, Comfort TX
2 Dennis Huff, Wittmann AZ 1 Saguaro Cactus Chili #2, Couch MO 6 Steve Thorp, Sonora TX
3 Jerry D. Lee, Wittmann AZ George Kunkle Jun 14, 2008-004 - Alsip IL 7 Kelly Thorp, Sonora TX
4 Sandy L Lee, Wittmann AZ 2 Mom Jester’s Homemade Chili Alsip Park District Fun Fest CCO, 16 CHILIS 8 Jack Wilkinson, Menard TX
5 Mary Ellen Smith, Glendale AZ Indianapolis IN CHILI WINNERS 9 Dana Reed, Roby TX
6 Steven L Smith, Glendale AZ Marilyn Jester 1 Bert Centers, Lisle IL 10 Jo Nell Wilkinson, Menard TX
7 Baron Oliver, Wittmann AZ 3 Thunderbird Chili, Memphis TN 2 Jim Weller, Rockton IL SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
8 Gene Davis, Phoenix AZ Mike Tarpley 3 Charles “Bill” Thomas 1 Totally Wacked, Sonora TX
9 Phillip L Gutierrez, Wittmann AZ Naperville IL Ronnie Wipff
10 Denny Kuller, Morristown AZ Jun 14, 2008-001 - Jonestown TX 4 Georgia Weller, Rockton IL 2 2 Hot Mama, Menard TX
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 26th Annual SOT Pod Cookoff, 51 CHILIS 5 Patrick Gustafson, Chicago IL Jo Nell Wilkinson
1 Texas Hot Stuff, Wittmann AZ CHILI WINNERS 6 Bret Centers, Lisle IL 3 Crooked Opossum, Eldorado TX
Dennis Huff 1 Steve Ashman, Bastrop TX 7 Bob Hall, Taylorville IL Gary Gibson
2 Maxine The Chili Queen 2 Larry “Doc” Kinnison 8 Candice Thomas, Naperville IL
Cornville AZ Marble Falls TX 9 Richard (Rick) Geiger, Chicago IL Jun 14, 2008-008 - Denton TX
Maxine N Lee 3 Betty Sue Caffey, Rockdale TX 10 Brian Gustafson, Chicago IL 2nd Annual Summer Showdown, 33 CHILIS
3 Messe Chili, Glendale AZ 4 Barbara Taylor, Cedar Park TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS CHILI WINNERS
Mary Ellen Smith 5 Michael A Mayorga, Seabrook TX 1 Flash N Da Pan, Lisle IL 1 Lisa Williams, Euless TX
6 Nigel Delgado, Houston TX Bret Centers 2 Janet Cielencki, San Antonio TX
Jun 8, 2008-001 - De Leon TX 7 Debbie Ashman, Bastrop TX 2 No Skill Chili, Chicago IL 3 Jena Whitehead, Dallas TX
Central Texas Chili Pod, 15 CHILIS 8 Charmaine Rogers, San Antonio TX Patrick Gustafson 4 T.J. Cannon, Corinth TX
CHILI WINNERS 9 Robert E. Schrade, San Antonio TX 3 Karma-dillo Chili, Naperville IL 5 J D Manning, Aubrey TX
1 Jamie Ballenger, De Leon TX 10 Joe Trigo, Bastrop TX Candice Thomas 6 William E “Bill” Riordan
2 Brad Ballenger, De Leon TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Wichita Falls TX
3 Ernie Nelson, McGregor TX 1 Cowgirl Sue Chili, Austin TX Jun 14, 2008-005 - Parkers Crossroads TN 7 Jo Ann Smith, Valley View TX
4 Allison Ballard, Waxahachie TX Suze Ruff 14th Annual Battleground, 58 CHILIS 8 Tina Shoemake, Sanger TX
5 James Ballard, Waxahachie TX 2 South Side Chili, Austin TX CHILI WINNERS 9 Meredith Martin, Frisco TX
6 Brad Nelson, Crawford TX Chris Cook 1 Tim Collier, Snyder TX 10 Jessica Burnham-Hinton, Dallas TX
7 Jim Trietsch, Waco TX 3 Tracie’s Texan Show 2 Tanna M. Jones, Horn Lake MS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
8 Angie Duke, Valley Mills TX Traverse City MI 3 Alan Dean, Johnson City TX 1 Bucking Edge, The, Ponder TX
9 J D “Big Jim” McCraw Tracie Ashman 4 Candace (Candi) Arevalo Jody Wilkins
Goldthwaite TX Wellington FL 2 Burnt Orange Chili, Sanger TX
10 Bill Phaunty, De Leon TX Jun 14, 2008-002 - Chugwater WY 5 Richard “Rick” Williams, Memphis TN Vic Lambert
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 23rd Annual Chugwater Chili CCO, 29 CHILIS 6 Connie Collier, Snyder TX 3 Buffalo Gals Chili, Denton TX
1 2 Hand Chili, Crawford TX CHILI WINNERS 7 Sara Garrett, Southaven MS Cathy Allcorn
Brad Nelson 1 William C “Bill” Pierson 8 James Murry, Como MS
2 Cruel Girl Chili, De Leon TX Batavia IL 9 Jeff Netser, Seymour IN Jun 14, 2008-009 - Pasadena TX
Jamie Ballenger 2 Julia Kimball, Highlands Ranch CO 10 Tim Brown, Indianapolis IN 1st Annual Milton Stanley Jr, 24 CHILIS
3 Dukester Chili, Valley Mills TX 3 John Montgomery, Golden CO SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS CHILI WINNERS
Randall Lee (Randy) Duke 4 Eddie Vecchiarelli, Golden CO 1 Saguaro Cactus Chili #2, Couch MO 1 Pat Krenek, Houston TX
5 Marc DeBruyne, Denver CO George Kunkle 2 Vern Gilpin, Katy TX
Jun 8, 2008-002 - Frontenac KS 6 Steve Lee, Longmont CO 2 Candi Kisses, Wellington FL 3 Teena G. Miller, Baytown TX
MO-KAN Pod Cookoff, 15 CHILIS 7 W.E. “Bill” Britton, Laramie WY Candace (Candi) Arevalo 4 Doug Hay, Deer Park TX
CHILI WINNERS 8 Bob Blackburn, Mitchell NE 3 Thunderbird Chili, Memphis TN 5 Jo Quist, Houston TX
1 Peggy Velasquez, Mission KS 9 Don Weber, Livingston TX Mike Tarpley 6 Jessie Craig, Pasadena TX
2 Steve Shepherd, Pittsburg KS 10 Anna Holfelder, Laramie WY 7 Vicki Hebert, Pearland TX
3 Jerri Dowdy, Kansas City MO SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 8 Diane Spence Barker, Baytown TX
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 9
9 Charles Quist, Houston TX 2 Keith Karaff, Houston TX Teena “T.J.” Friedel 3 Toni Bowman, Rowlett TX
10 Roy Davis, Pasadena TX 3 Larry “Doc” Kinnison 3 Puzzle Time Chili, Hurst TX 4 David McKee, Rockwall TX
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Marble Falls TX Bill Sweigart 5 Vicki Sanders, Ennis TX
1 Oil Field Trash, Houston TX 4 Joe Trigo, Bastrop TX 6 Gary Brignon, Waxahachie TX
Larry Hammock 5 Barbara Benold, Dripping Springs TX Jun 15, 2008-003 - Denton TX 7 Lou Hewlett, Tyler TX
2 Wild Bunch, Baytown TX 6 Michael A Mayorga, Seabrook TX Sunday 2nd Annual Summer Showdown, 16 CHILIS 8 Allison Ballard, Waxahachie TX
Diane Spence Barker 7 Carrie Kinnison, Marble Falls TX CHILI WINNERS 9 Rex W. Jones, Dallas TX
3 Lone Star Chili Chix, Houston TX 8 Tracie Ashman, Traverse City MI 1 Jody Wilkins, Ponder TX 10 Bonnie Loxterman, Rowlett TX
Pat Krenek 9 Mike Benold, Dripping Springs TX 2 Meredith Martin, Frisco TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
10 Michael Park, Bastrop TX 3 Missy McFerren, Grand Saline TX 1 Lair of the Fox, Rowlett TX
Jun 14, 2008-010 - Amarillo TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 4 T.J. Cannon, Corinth TX Toni Bowman
Elks Lodge Fun in The Sun CCO, 16 CHILIS 1 Tri-2-Go, Bastrop TX 5 Rick Boyd, Lake Dallas TX 2 Slow Byrne Chili, Malakoff TX
CHILI WINNERS Joe Trigo 6 Jacklyn Randolph, Denton TX Karen Byrne Bowden
1 Carol Lilly, Amarillo TX 2 Doc’s Backbone Chili 7 Danny Brumley, Denton TX 3 Native Texas Chili, Kaufman TX
2 Susan Campbell, Amarillo TX Marble Falls TX 8 Tim Randolph, Denton TX James Gowins
3 Bill McDonald, Amarillo TX Larry “Doc” Kinnison 9 Vickie Blackburn, Sanger TX
4 Nelda Matheson, Amarillo TX 3 UNCLAIMED 10 Tina Shoemake, Sanger TX Jun 21, 2008-004 - Fort Smith AR
5 Amanda McDonald, Amarillo TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 26th Annual Hanging Judge Isaac C, 46
6 Scott Campbell, Amarillo TX Jun 15, 2008-002 - Fort Worth TX 1 Cowgirl Attitude, Sanger TX CHILIS
7 John Guinn, Amarillo TX Sunday Day After Cowtown Cookoff, 22 CHILIS Vickie Blackburn CHILI WINNERS
8 Melvin Sanders, Amarillo TX CHILI WINNERS 2 Burnt Orange Chili, Sanger TX 1 Steve Goebel, Van Buren AR
9 Pam Matheson, Amarillo TX 1 David I Sexton Jr, Grand Prairie TX Vic Lambert 2 Don Greenlee, Springdale AR
10 Vickie L. Childers, Amarillo TX 2 Tammie Wooster, Wichita Falls TX 3 Bucking Edge, The, Ponder TX 3 Donell Dickerson, Shawnee OK
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 3 John Daniels, Winona TX Jody Wilkins 4 Preston Nickle
1 Bekin’s Best, Amarillo TX 4 Beth Moon, Hurst TX North Little Rock AR
Pam Matheson 5 Bill Sweigart, Hurst TX Jun 20, 2008-001 - Fort Smith AR 5 Joe Giles, Farmington AR
2 Hawg Wild Chili, Amarillo TX 6 Teena “T.J.” Friedel, Irving TX Miss Laura’s Friday Night Social, 30 CHILIS 6 Guy E. Smith, Fort Smith AR
Carol Lilly 7 Shirley Sexton, Dallas TX CHILI WINNERS 7 Erma W. Smith, Fort Smith AR
3 Campbell’s Kids, Amarillo TX 8 Clint Wooster, Wichita Falls TX 1 Dara Hopson, Fort Smith AR 8 Patti Watkins, Fort Smith AR
Scott Campbell 9 Laura Cozby, Dallas TX 2 Erma W. Smith, Fort Smith AR 9 Bob Cagle, Bigelow AR
10 G Bert Paine, Keller TX 3 Bo Prewitt, North Little Rock AR 10 Dara Hopson, Fort Smith AR
Jun 15, 2008-001 - Jonestown TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 4 Lorinda Crawford, Broken Arrow OK SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
Day After SOT Pod Cookoff, 19 CHILIS 1 Ain’t No Chili Show, Garland TX 5 James Mosley, Little Rock AR 1 Road Dawgs, Greenwood AR
CHILI WINNERS Bill Lester 6 Donell Dickerson, Shawnee OK Randy Gilliam
1 Neal Doss, Georgetown TX 2 Dream Catcher, Irving TX 7 Guy E. Smith, Fort Smith AR 2 3 Frogs VooDoo Chili, Fort Smith AR
8 Joe Giles, Farmington AR Patti Watkins
9 Glenda Johnston, Maumelle AR 3 Desperately Cookng 4 You
10 Rheaba Goebel, Van Buren AR Fort Smith AR
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Jesse Cabalar
1 Sooner Chili, Greenwood AR
David Anderson Jun 21, 2008-006 - Horizon City TX
2 Parrot Head Chili, Greenwood AR Your Bar & Grill Cookoff, 15 CHILIS
Debbie Gray CHILI WINNERS
3 Desperately Cookng 4 You 1 Armando Dominquez, El Paso TX
Fort Smith AR 2 Mary Hernandez, El Paso TX
Jesse Cabalar 3 Debra Stoppiro, El Paso TX
4 Marcia Gamino, El Paso TX
Jun 21, 2008-002 - Show Low AZ 5 Marion “Bud” Barrick, Organ NM
First Annual Summit Health Care, 19 CHILIS 6 Carol Straughan, El Paso TX
CHILI WINNERS 7 Gary Buck, Chaparral NM
1 Nancy Egger Klug, Gold Canyon AZ 8 Bobby Elliott, El Paso TX
2 Dick Seehusen, Alpine AZ 9 Eve DuMond, El Paso TX
3 Norm Dunn, Sierra Vista AZ 10 Tami Buck, Chaparral NM
4 Shelly Young, Snowflake AZ SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
5 Pat Young, Snowflake AZ 1 Miasis Dragon, Chaparral NM
6 Sue Seehusen, Alpine AZ Gary Buck
7 Julie Forney, Show Low AZ 2 Exposure Chili, El Paso TX
8 Ken Brown, Gold Canyon AZ Don Stoppiro
9 Jay Scott McCleery, Peoria AZ 3 Texas Wrangler Chili, El Paso TX
10 Tom J. Klug, Gold Canyon AZ Donna Von Gentz
1 Bear Bones, Lakeside AZ Jun 21, 2008-008 - Durham NC
David Nunley Bull City Chili Challenge, 15 CHILIS
2 Jail House, Pinetop AZ CHILI WINNERS
Bernard Huser 1 Jackie Koltz, Palmyra VA
3 Forney 5 Chili, Show Low AZ 2 Fred W. Gann, Salisbury NC
Julie Forney 3 Steve Dixon, Summerfield NC
4 Bob Haynes, Houston TX
Jun 21, 2008-003 - Lone Oak TX 5 Michael “Bubba” Williams
Bull Creek 4th Chili Cookoff, 26 CHILIS Mocksville NC
CHILI WINNERS 6 Jean Lundy, Statesville NC
1 Pat Langley, Garland TX 7 Kenneth (Kenny) Jones
2 Kelly Brignon, Waxahachie TX Reidsville NC
Page 10 Terlingua Trails August 2008
8 B.J. Barefoot, Burlington NC 3 Don Hoy, Cuero TX 9 Daniel E. “Dan” Bauer 2 Lee Bailey, Maumelle AR
9 Sharon Haynes, Houston TX 4 Barry Karnei, Weesatche TX Alexandria VA 3 Danny Jumper, Bryant AR
10 Dan Barefoot, Burlington NC 5 Linda J. McDonald, Victoria TX 10 David Lorenz, Marlton NJ 4 Bill Wilkerson, Sherwood AR
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 6 Robert E. Schrade, San Antonio TX 5 Toni Wilkerson, Sherwood AR
1 Barefoot’s Toe Jam Chili 7 Rhonda Ideus, Cuero TX Jun 28, 2008-004 - Ottumwa IA 6 Linda Nickle, North Little Rock AR
Burlington NC 8 Connie Sue Schrade, San Antonio TX Pro Balloon Cookoff, 17 CHILIS 7 Bo Prewitt, North Little Rock AR
Dan Barefoot 9 Laura Clary, Matagorda TX CHILI WINNERS 8 J.D. “Butch” Lott, Benton AR
2 Hot To Trot II, Houston TX 10 Lenora Martignoni, Victoria TX 1 Mark Zimmerman, Cedar Rapids IA 9 Stuart Frye, Little Rock AR
Sharon Haynes SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 2 Steve Dowdy, Kansas City MO 10 Debbie Bise, Plumerville AR
3 Cowgirl Chili Team, Palmyra VA 1 Lenora’s Zoo Animals, Victoria TX 3 Dennis Bertling, Cedar Rapids IA SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
Jackie Koltz Lenora Martignoni 4 Bob Hall, Taylorville IL 1 Chunk Butt Chili, Alexander AR
2 Copenhagen Lady, San Antonio TX 5 Thomas Mike Shea, Moberly MO Billy Bearden
Jun 21, 2008-009 - Brownfield TX Connie Sue Schrade 6 Gerald “Gary” Christensen 2 Spike’s Beer Keg Chili, Benton AR
7th Annual Great American, 20 CHILIS 3 Buzzard Roost, Weesatche TX Cedar Rapids IA Terry Callahan
CHILI WINNERS Barry Karnei 7 Jim Weller, Rockton IL 3 Freddy’s Ready, Benton AR
1 Patsy Childress, Midland TX 8 Jerri Dowdy, Kansas City MO Fred Faulkner
2 Lee Roy Childress, Midland TX Jun 28, 2008-001 - Garland TX 9 Shari Bertling, Cedar Rapids IA
3 Kathy Hulme, Hobbs NM 7th Annual Garland Elks Lodge CCO, 53 CHILIS 10 Shelley Kroencke, Lenexa KS Jun 28, 2008-009 - Tulsa OK
4 Kathi Hudson, Odessa TX CHILI WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Oklahoma State Cookoff, 24 CHILIS
5 Morris Bryan, Lubbock TX 1 Toni Bowman, Rowlett TX 1 Dumb Blonde Chili, Kansas City MO CHILI WINNERS
6 Guy W Bates, Midland TX 2 Kelly Brignon, Waxahachie TX Jerri Dowdy 1 Don Greenlee, Springdale AR
7 Gregg Wilson, Odessa TX 3 Shirley Sexton, Dallas TX 2 Duck Blind Chili, Kansas City MO 2 Hannah Snyder, Tulsa OK
8 Doretta “Dodie” Simpson, Odessa TX 4 Rosa Gonzales, Corsicana TX Steve Dowdy 3 Jami Gregory, Broken Arrow OK
9 Ken Large, Odessa TX 5 Gary Brignon, Waxahachie TX 3 Pappy’s Peppers Chili, Ottumwa IA 4 Tom “Tucker” Snyder, Tulsa OK
10 Kelly Draper, Tahoka TX 6 Chuck Edmonds, Duncanville TX John Morrison 5 Everett Crawford, Broken Arrow OK
7 Bonnie Loxterman, Rowlett TX 6 Mike Mayenschein, Owasso OK
Jun 21, 2008-010 - Grand Lake CO 8 Stephanie Brockman, Irving TX Jun 28, 2008-005 - Morrow GA 7 Debbie Greenlee, Springdale AR
25th Annual Colorado State Open, 24 CHILIS 9 Mike Rider, Richardson TX Morrow’s SummerFest on the Green, 16 CHILIS 8 Clay Britton, Afton OK
CHILI WINNERS 10 Jim Ezell, Wichita Falls TX CHILI WINNERS 9 Ivan Crossley, Tulsa OK
1 Steve Lee, Longmont CO SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 1 Robbie Swart, Kennesaw GA 10 Joe Spears, Shawnee OK
2 Rocky Kimball, Highlands Ranch CO 1 Slow Byrne Chili, Malakoff TX 2 Lane Blair, Douglasville GA SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
3 William C “Bill” Pierson Karen Byrne Bowden 3 Donna Cobb, Woodstock GA 1 El Gringo, Bella Vista AR
Batavia IL 2 Bill’s Sea Shack, Garland TX 4 Jerry Cobb, Woodstock GA Stephen O Moore
4 Linda Wilkinson, Loveland CO Bill Irwin 5 Hance Patrick, Milledgeville GA 2 2 Shots 2 Hot, Afton OK
5 Eric Shepherd, Montgomery IL 3 Rock-N-Roll, Lewisville TX 6 Trey Field, Jasper GA Clay Britton
6 Christi Batie, Loveland CO Gale Thedford 7 Kenneth Swart, Kennesaw GA 3 Mexican Sweat, Broken Arrow OK
7 Lyman Wilkinson, Loveland CO 8 Robert (Rob) McFall, Marietta GA Lorinda Crawford
8 Don Sanders, Aurora CO Jun 28, 2008-002 - Bastrop TX 9 Mitch Williams, Marietta TX
9 Cheryl L Pierson, Batavia IL International River Runners, 33 CHILIS 10 Marc Tumlison, Griffin GA Jun 29, 2008-001 - Garland TX
10 Robert Batie, Loveland CO CHILI WINNERS SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Garland Elks Day After CCO, 42 CHILIS
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 1 Mike Benold, Dripping Springs TX 1 Fatty Blair’s Bowl of Red CHILI WINNERS
1 Chili Head, Conifer CO 2 Carrie Kinnison, Marble Falls TX Douglasville GA 1 Rosa Gonzales, Corsicana TX
Michael Booth 3 Larry “Doc” Kinnison Lane Blair 2 Gary Brignon, Waxahachie TX
2 Freshmates, Parker CO Marble Falls TX 2 Chili., Marietta GA 3 Toni Bowman, Rowlett TX
LeMonte Gregory 4 Michael A Mayorga, Seabrook TX Robert (Rob) McFall 4 Delora Goin, Valley View TX
3 God Bless America, Broomfield CO 5 John Caffey, Rockdale TX 3 Chili Choppers, Griffin GA 5 Chuck Hawthorne, Wichita Falls TX
Karen Hendricks 6 Pat Dreibrodt, Comfort TX Marc Tumlison 6 Bonnie Loxterman, Rowlett TX
7 Earl W. “Who?” Gorhum 7 James Ballard, Waxahachie TX
Jun 21, 2008-011 - Meyersville TX Montgomery TX Jun 28, 2008-007 - Amarillo TX 8 Kelly Brignon, Waxahachie TX
Julie Arndt Memorial Scholarship, 15 CHILIS 8 Barbara Benold, Dripping Springs TX Annual Moose Chili Cookoff, 16 CHILIS 9 Coby Davis, Garland TX
CHILI WINNERS 9 Steve Ashman, Bastrop TX CHILI WINNERS 10 Judy Hawthorne, Wichita Falls TX
1 Nadine Karnei, Weesatche TX 10 Betty Sue Caffey, Rockdale TX 1 Susan Campbell, Amarillo TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
2 Diana Klade, New Braunfels TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 2 Pam Matheson, Amarillo TX 1 Mad Hatters, The, Tyler TX
3 Mike Klade, New Braunfels TX 1 Tips For Tots, New Braunfels TX 3 Nelda Matheson, Amarillo TX Gil Hewlett
4 H. Ray King, Seguin TX Brandon Frame 4 Scott Campbell, Amarillo TX 2 Excuse Me, Shreveport LA
5 Linda J. McDonald, Victoria TX 2 Doc’s Backbone Chili 5 Margarett Lopez, Pampa TX Larry Russell
6 Robert E. Schrade, San Antonio TX Marble Falls TX 6 Carol Lilly, Amarillo TX 3 Bringin’ MaMa, Rowlett TX
7 Connie Sue Schrade, San Antonio TX Larry “Doc” Kinnison 7 Vickie L. Childers, Amarillo TX Bonnie Loxterman
8 Stan Pitts, San Antonio TX 3 Tall Girl Frog, Rockdale TX 8 Amanda McDonald, Amarillo TX
9 Patricia K. King, Seguin TX Betty Sue Caffey 9 Bill McDonald, Amarillo TX Jun 29, 2008-002 - Bastrop TX
10 Healani Bethke, Weesatche TX 10 Ted Hoover, Dalhart TX Sunday International River Runners, 21 CHILIS
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Jun 28, 2008-003 - Emmitsburg MD SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS CHILI WINNERS
1 Lenora’s Zoo Animals, Victoria TX The No BS MDP Backyard Cookoff, 17 CHILIS 1 Hawg Wild, Amarillo TX 1 Steve Ashman, Bastrop TX
Lenora Martignoni CHILI WINNERS Rodney Lilly 2 Herb Ross, Marble Falls TX
2 Copenhagen Lady, San Antonio TX 1 Jeremy Bauer, Clifton VA 2 Hell Raisin’ Chili, Pampa TX 3 Keith Karaff, Houston TX
Connie Sue Schrade 2 Douglas Johnson, Harrisburg PA Steven A. Lopez 4 Michael A Mayorga, Seabrook TX
3 Damn Yankee, Weesatche TX 3 Jim Parker, Alexandria VA 3 Bekin’s Best, Amarillo TX 5 Larry “Doc” Kinnison
Nadine Karnei 4 Jenny Windsor, Baltimore MD Pam Matheson Marble Falls TX
5 Christine (Chris) Johnson 6 Carrie Kinnison, Marble Falls TX
Jun 22, 2008-002 - Meyersville TX Harrisburg PA Jun 28, 2008-008 - Benton AR 7 Mike Benold, Dripping Springs TX
Day After Cookoff at Meyersville, 15 CHILIS 6 Kimberly (Kim) Breton, Arnold MD Benton VFW 2256 2nd Annual Chili, 17 CHILIS 8 Betty Sue Caffey, Rockdale TX
CHILI WINNERS 7 Bradley “Lew” Wheeling, Reading PA CHILI WINNERS 9 Sherrie Davis, South Houston TX
1 Karen Reinke, Martindale TX 8 Tim Lawler, Severna Park MD 1 Preston Nickle 10 Barbara Benold, Dripping Springs TX
2 Nadine Karnei, Weesatche TX North Little Rock AR
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 11
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Jul 5, 2008-001 - Georgetown TX 8 Kelly Killingbeck, Euless TX Connie Sue Schrade
1 Doc’s Backbone Chili Georgetown H-E-B, 28 CHILIS 9 Sherree Duncan 2 BK Cookers, Moulton TX
Marble Falls TX CHILI WINNERS North Richland Hills TX John Koch
Larry “Doc” Kinnison 1 Alan Dean, Johnson City TX 10 Michael R. Burke, Fort Worth TX 3 One-Legged Flamingo, Seguin TX
2 NDC Chili, Houston TX 2 Helen Conley, Mont Belvieu TX Sue Harwell
Keith Karaff 3 Dianne Stimson, Crawford TX Jul 5, 2008-005 - Statesville NC
3 Tall Girl Frog, Rockdale TX 4 Barbara Herrin, Paint Rock TX Piedmont Pepper Pod Chili Cookoff, 24 CHILIS Jul 6, 2008-002 - Marathon TX
Betty Sue Caffey 5 Bob Conley, Mont Belvieu TX CHILI WINNERS 4th Annual Mustang Chili Cookoff, 22 CHILIS
6 Kevin Daugherty, Leander TX 1 Daniel E. “Dan” Bauer CHILI WINNERS
Jul 4, 2008-001 - Telephone TX 7 Steve Ashman, Bastrop TX Alexandria VA 1 David “Red Bean” Boone, Odessa TX
Chili on the Red River, 15 CHILIS 8 Jessie Waguespack, Austin TX 2 B.J. Barefoot, Burlington NC 2 Betty Ramirez, Marathon TX
CHILI WINNERS 9 Wayne Copeland, Oglesby TX 3 Steve Dixon, Summerfield NC 3 Lynn May, San Angelo TX
1 Shawn Fulton, Telephone TX 10 James Bauer, Leander TX 4 Robin Miller, Madison NC 4 Norma L. Homesley, Manchaca TX
2 John Pierce, Wylie TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS 5 Barbara “BB” Burton, Livingston TX 5 Kathy Boone, Odessa TX
3 Patti Cook, Garland TX 1 Lost Texan Salsa, Matagorda TX 6 Dan Barefoot, Burlington NC 6 Tom Cook, Marble Falls TX
4 C R “Bob” Luney, Iowa Park TX Laura Clary 7 John Rhyne, Mooresville NC 7 Pat Krenek, Houston TX
5 Cathy Pierce, Wylie TX 2 Just For Fun, Mont Belvieu TX 8 Bob Johnston, Kernersville NC 8 Shirley Stateczny, Comfort TX
6 Meredith Martin, Frisco TX Bob Conley 9 Jean Lundy, Statesville NC 9 Debbie Conley, Quanah TX
7 Jena Whitehead, Dallas TX 3 Leon River BBQ & Chili, Oglesby TX 10 Jackie Koltz, Palmyra VA 10 Guy W Bates, Midland TX
8 Duayne Price, Roanoke TX Wayne Copeland SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
9 Jean Skinner, Telephone TX Jul 5, 2008-007 - Seguin TX 1 Lone Star Chili Chix, Houston TX
10 Christi Bussard, Laguna Vista TX Jul 5, 2008-002 - Sierra Blanca TX Celebrate the Fourth Party/Chili, 25 CHILIS Pat Krenek
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS White Mountain Annual Chili CCO, 15 CHILIS CHILI WINNERS 2 Duck Soup, Manchaca TX
1 Notubing Chili, Telephone TX CHILI WINNERS 1 H. Ray King, Seguin TX Norma L. Homesley
Jean Skinner 1 Donna Von Gentz, El Paso TX 2 Sally Lee, San Antonio TX 3 King James & The Misfits
2 Chuckwagon Chili, Telephone TX 2 Baltazar “Balta” Vizcaino 3 Connie Sue Schrade, San Antonio TX Comfort TX
Shawn Fulton El Paso TX 4 Ken Rodd, Manchaca TX Jim Stateczny
3 UNCLAIMED 3 Richard (Dick) Rogers, La Luz NM 5 Lanny Thomas, Seguin TX
4 Eve DuMond, El Paso TX 6 Mike Klade, New Braunfels TX
Jul 4, 2008-002 - Sierra Vista AZ 5 Marion “Bud” Barrick, Organ NM 7 Sandy Watson, Seguin TX
18th Annual Welcome Home Desert, 27 CHILIS 6 Tami Buck, Chaparral NM 8 Chunkie Harwell, Seguin TX
CHILI WINNERS 7 Sheriff Arvin West 9 Janie Burruss, San Marcos TX
1 Norm Dunn, Sierra Vista AZ Sierra Blanca TX 10 Diana Klade, New Braunfels TX
2 Kathy “Kat” Tomlin, Sierra Vista AZ 8 Pedro Villia, Sierra Blanca TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
3 Mike Strack, Sierra Vista AZ 9 Mary Hernandez, El Paso TX 1 Copenhagen Lady, San Antonio TX
4 Jenny Jacobson, Manmoth AZ 10 Gary Buck, Chaparral NM
5 Carson Smith, Tucson AZ SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS Famous for our fresh
6 Penny Dunn, Sierra Vista AZ 1 Miasis Dragon, Chaparral NM
7 Kimberly A. (Kim) Dunn Gary Buck
spices and personal
Sierra Vista AZ 2 Boop Boop B Doop, Sierra Blanca TX service!
8 Roy Fisher, Sierra Vista AZ Billie Dell French
9 Kevin Tomlin, Sierra Vista AZ 3 Asheep At The Wheel, El Paso TX
10 Ron Phillips, Sierra Vista AZ Carol Straughan We're proud to
SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS announce that all of
1 Los Tres Pendejos, Sierra Vista AZ Jul 5, 2008-003 - Marathon TX
Ben Berry 4th Annual Cowboy Chili Cookoff, 23 CHILIS the top 10 winners at
2 Kokopeli Chili Too, Sierra Vista AZ CHILI WINNERS TICC 2007 use
Sunny Fichtl 1 Janita Hinds, Del Rio TX
3 Que Chili, Sierra Vista AZ 2 Kathy Hulme, Hobbs NM Mild Bill's Spices!
Penny Dunn 3 Pat Krenek, Houston TX
Jul 4, 2008-003 - Stonewall TX
All American Cookoff, 64 CHILIS
4 Maxine Reed, Houston TX
5 Guy W Bates, Midland TX
6 Norma L. Homesley, Manchaca TX
Mild Bill’s Spices, etc
CHILI WINNERS 7 Doretta “Dodie” Simpson, Odessa TX
1 Larry “Doc” Kinnison 8 Betty Ramirez, Marathon TX Congratulations to customer Debbie Ashman-
Marble Falls TX 9 Debbie Conley, Quanah TX
2 Julie Cloninger, Deer Park TX 10 Paul Mulkey, Hobbs NM the current CASI Chili Champion.
3 John Caffey, Rockdale TX SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS
4 Melodie Smith, San Antonio TX 1 Lone Star Chili Chix, Houston TX We are proud of you!
5 Kyle Bond, Kerrville TX Pat Krenek
6 Steve Nadeau, Boerne TX 2 UNCLAIMED
7 Cary Plocheck, Houston TX
8 Margaret Nadeau, Boerne TX
9 Bill Dees, Bulverde TX Jul 5, 2008-004 - Telephone TX
10 Terry L. Tenery, Kerrville TX
Chili on the Red, 15 CHILIS
1 NDC Chili, Houston TX
1 Duayne Price, Roanoke TX
2 David Whitehead, Dallas TX email:email@example.com
2 King James & The Misfits 3 C R “Bob” Luney, Iowa Park TX
Comfort TX 4 Terry Graves, Wichita Falls TX
Jim Stateczny 5 Mack Walker, Arlington TX
3 Chili Challenge, Manchaca TX 6 Christi Bussard, Laguna Vista TX The only thing “mild” about us is our name.
Linda Odom 7 Greg D. Muhlbauer, Wichita Falls TX
Page 12 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Cooking With CASI
Aug 2, 2008-001 - San Antonio TX CASI. 9th Sandwiches available on Saturday, donated brisket as well as full box FREEBIES and specials. It’s e one Festival, Damen Ave. & Roscoe St. Take 90/94 to
Annual ACES Pod Cook Off Held at the Germania will be appreciated. BBQ meat will be inspected. massive block party all day long and into the Addison St. exit. Take Addison east to Damen Ave.
Bowling Club east of San Antonio off IH 10. Take $500 added money for BBQ, 60/40 payback. evening so plan to bring lots of throwdown for the Damen Ave south to Roscoe St. Benefits: St.
Zuehl Rd exit. Zuehl Rd. approx 7 miles east of Hookups $20 per night, based on 2 night stay. spectators. If you are short on funds or time, just Teresa of Avila Food Pantry. Entry fee $20, turn
1604. After exit take right and follow signs to cook Contact Canyon Land Co for rsvns 830-964- bring a pot and we will provide the chili. Contact in 2 PM. Make Checks Payable to Windy City Chili
off,approx 1.5 miles, cook off on right. Do not 3393. See cookoff next day. Jen Windsor 410-533-1188 firstname.lastname@example.org. Cookoff. Held in conjunction with Northern Illinois
take Trainer Hale Rd. as in past years, road closed ICS cookoff. Contact Mike Usiak 1950 N. Seminary
at Cibolo Creek bridge. Cooks party Friday and pot Aug 2, 2008-005 - Amarillo TX CASI. Goodwill Aug 2, 2008-011 - Quinlan TX CASI. Get R Done Ave. Chicago Il 60614 usiak@sbcglobal .net. 773-
luck Saturday. Friendship bowling after Chili Cookoff. Held at Slick’s Sports Bar and Celeste Wigley Benefit. Held at new location, 871-5623 home 773-504- 6805 cell. On advertising
announcements. CASI entry $20.00 Saturday and Billiards, 814 S Taylor St. Entry fee $20, turn-in moved from East Tawakoni to Quinlan at 8638 probation per CASI Rule V.A.2.
$18.00 Sunday or $35.00 for both days. Turn-in 3 PM. Lots of fun, live bands and silent auction. Hwy 34 S next to new Post Office. Entry fee $20
2:00 pm Saturday and 1:00 pm Sunday. CHILI Contact Millie Bingham 806-376-6604. CHILI turn-in 1 PM. Beans entry $10, turn-in Noon, 50/ Aug 9, 2008-001 - Odessa TX CASI. Westside
GRIND ONLY. Jackpot beans entry $10.00 turn- GRIND ONLY. 50. Make checks payable to TTT Pod. Please bring Volunteer Fire Dept CCO Cancelled. Date changed
in 1:00 pm 60/40 split. Chili entry for local & Fire throw down chili for donation, not for public to August 16th.
Department $15.00 turn-in 2:00 pm. Dry camping Aug 2, 2008-006 - Schulenburg TX CASI. tasting. Street dancing, live band 6 PM. Contact
,no hookups. Benefits St. Hedwig VFD. Information Schulenburg Festival CCO. Held in Wolters Park. Larry Wampler 903-450- 5541. email Aug 9, 2008-002 - Little Rock AR CASI. Tom’s
contact Clyde Rogers (210) 415-6855 Benefits Schulenburg Festival Assn and charities. email@example.com Eric Williams 469-652-2447 Tavern Cookoff. Held at 9125 Mann Rd. Benefits
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or Happy Hinman (210) Entry fee $20 turn-in 3 PM. Lots of shade trees, Benefits Celeste Wigley graduate with liver disease. Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Entry fee $10, turn-
364-8577. See ya there. electrical and water available, but limited, $25 for in 1 PM. Info Preston Nickle 501-791-72116.
the weekend. Jackpot beans and bloody mary Aug 2, 2008-012 - Knickerbocker TX CASI.
Aug 2, 2008-002 - Perrin TX CASI. Black Sheep contest, BBQ cookoff. Live entertainment all Knicky Picky Reunion CCO Benefits: Aug 9, 2008-003 - Lamesa TX CASI. Large Time
of Texas Held at Mitchell Resort and RV Park 2730 weekend. Arts & crafts, rodeo, carnival and much Knickerbocker Community Center; Location: Chili & BBQ CCO Held 1/4 mile West of Lamesa
FM 2210 E. 940-798- 4615. CASI cook-off with more. Check out website for more info Knickerbocker Community Center. Dry Camping on Hwy 180, Weaver’s Gin Yard. CHILI GRIND
CHILI GRIND ONLY. Second simultaneous Novice www.schulenburgfestival. org. Contact Virginia available. Chili turn in at 2 pm Entry fee $18.00. ONLY. Entry fee $20, turn- in 2 PM. $5.00 entry
Cook-off “Everything But The Kitchen Sink” Meyer 1714 FM 1579, Schulenburg TX 79856. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Payable to Concho Valley for Pinto Beans, BBQ also. Contact Gwyn or
Both turn-in at 2 PM. $20 entry fee. $5 Beans with email@example.com, 979-561-8573. Sharon Bujnoch Chili Pod. There will be a BBQ Luncheon at Noon. Dennis Brackeen. 806-872-2376.
12:00 turn-in. Elvis in the Park Friday night after 825 CR 227, Schulen burg TX 78956. There will be a Silent Auction. There will be
free cooks dinner. Free cooks breakfast Saturday firstname.lastname@example.org. 979-562-2410. vendors and other activities. Sat night there will be Aug 9, 2008-004 - El Paso TX CASI. American
AM. Cook-Off, Golf Tournament and games all music and dancing. Info: Janice Miller, 3214 Oak Legion Post 36 CCO Held at 3730 Shell Street (off
benefit Bluebonnet Teddy Bear Patrol. Contact: Aug 2, 2008-007 - El Paso TX CASI. In Memory Mountain Trail, San Angelo, TX 76904, 325 947 Montana). Entry fee $18, turn in 2 PM. Benefits
Doris Reed at Mitchell Park, Kevin Wooster 940- of Mr. “C” CCO. Smokey’s Pit Stop & Saloon, held 8753 or email@example.com. American Legion Charities. Make checks payable
733-9221, Bruce Stewart 817-282- 6678. Cottages at 1700 Zaragosa. Turn-in 6 PM, entry fee $18. to Pod of The Pass. Contact Eve DuMond 915-
and RV site fees reduced for chili cooks. For Charity TBD. Info Eve Du Mond 915-345-4397 Aug 3, 2008-001 - San Antonio TX CASI. ACES 345-4397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
directions see park webpages: mitchellrvpark.com, or email@example.com. Day After Cookoff Held at Germania Bowling
email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Club. For location and directions see ACES POD Aug 9, 2008-005 - Tombstone AZ CASI. Vigilante
Aug 2, 2008-009 - Whistler BC CASI. BC Provincial cook off on Aug. 2,2008. CASI chili $18.00 turn- Days CCO. Held on Allen Street in front of the OK
Aug 2, 2008-003 - Fort Smith AR CASI. Fun In The Open Championship. Held at Dusty’s Roadhouse. in 1:00 pm. CHILI GRIND ONLY.If you missed it Corral. Benefits the Tombstone Vigilantes. Entry
Park Belch Pod Cookoff Held at Belle Point Park, Entry fee $25, turn- in 3 PM. Make check payable Saturday come out Sunday. Information contact fee $20. Turn in is 1 p.m. Cooks party the night
1 Belle Point Place. Entry fee $20, turn in 1 p.m. to Fred Roycroft. Contact Fred Roycroft 604- Clyde Rogers at (210) 415-63855, before at Vigilante Hall. Come cook at one of the
Ground Meat Only. Benefits Great Pepper’s trip to 464-3472 604-312- 4634. email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org, or Happy Hinman at U.S.’s most historic sites, lets see the Tombstone
Great Pepper’s meeting. Make check payable to (210) 364-8577. streets run red again (with Red Chili this time).
Belch Chili Pod. Contact Guy and Erma Smith, Aug 2, 2008-010 - Severna Park MD CASI. Additionally, Tombstone’s first annual SPAM-
479-646-9444, argsmith@prodigy. net. BELCH Maryland State Championship Held at Broadleaf Aug 3, 2008-002 - Canyon Lake TX CASI. Day Mania! Cook your best free style SPAM, entry fee
Pod PO Box 5211, Fort Smith, AR 72913-5211 or Tobacco 160 Ritchie Hwy.Meat is OPEN, Turn in After Canyon Lake CCO. Held at the Dam Red is $5, turn in is 2 p.m. Bring plenty of chili as we
belchpod@ hotmail.com. time 2 PM, entry fee $20. Cooks meeting 10:30 Barn - Satler Entry fee $18, turn-in Noon. CHILI expect a large crowd buying tasting cups. Bring a
AM, breakfast provided for all cooks. Great prizes GRIND ONLY. See cookoff previous day. Make canopy as we are cooking on the street. Two nearby
Aug 2, 2008-004 - Canyon Lake TX CASI. 5th for Top 10 Chili Cooks! First place chili to receive checks payable to Reva Weatherly or Darlene RV parks and several hotels nearby, contact Greg
Annual Canyon Lake BBQ & CCO Held at the Dam a one of a kind hand painted Wendell Rankin Stove. Evans Cindy or Roger email@example.com 210-413- Monger (Mongo) for more info 520- 417-9948 or
Red Barn - Satler Entry fee Chili $18 turn-in 2 PM. We will also be recognizing the cook who travels 9916, 210-557-9467. firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILI GRIND ONLY. Benefits CASI Scholarship the farthest to compete with us this year with a $50
Fund. Entry fee BBA $25 per category, or $65 for gas card!! First place is an auto qualifier and top 3 Aug 3, 2008-003 - Chicago IL CASI. Northern Aug 9, 2008-006 - Red Lion PA CASI. Red Lion
all. Beans $10. BBQ turn-in LSBS Beans 11 AM, 1/ Maryland residents will qualify for TICC as well. Illinois Cookoff Held at Retro on Roscoe Street Street Fair CCO Join us for the 2nd Annual Red Lion
2 chicken at Noon, Pork spare ribs 1 PM, Brisket Our charity is the Wounded Warrior Project,
3 PM. Make check payable to Reva Weatherly or whose mission is to honor and empower wounded
Darlene Evans. Cooks dinner 7:30 PM, and Live warriors. www.wounded warriorproject.org This
Calcutta 8 PM Friday night. Live music. Cooks cook-off is taking place in conjunction with
breakfast 8 AM, cooks meeting 9 AM. Chili info Broadleaf Tobacco’s 1st Annual REALLY BIG
Cindy McKinzie or Roger Patteson 210- 413- SHOW: A enormous all day event at their store
9916, or 210-557-9467. email@example.com. BBQ located in Severna Park, MD. Multiple
info Billy Bob or Reva Weatherly 1-830-899- manufacturers, FANTASTIC deals, great food and
7150, Darlene or Randy Evans 1- 830-899-7773. drink. All will be offering buy 3 — get one FREE
Use CIS for Your Cookoff Input
Have you used the CIS to input your cookoff? This is a quick and easy way to provide
all the information needed. If you have any questions on this process, please contact
Dorathy at firstname.lastname@example.org
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 13
Page 14 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Williams Running for Re-Election Don Hoy Announces
Dear CASI Members: His Candidacy for the Board of Directors
I am running for reelection to the CASI Board of Directors.
My name is Don Hoy and I have been a CASI member for 25 years. I am a member of the
I have served on the CASI Board for the past six years.
VASA POD and have held several different offices. I have been the Regional Referee for
Currently, I am responsible for the Upcomings in the Terlingua
our area for the last 15 years. During these years, I have participated at TICC. During the
Trails. Every minute of these duties has been a pleasure
last five years, I have volunteered and worked over 60 hours a week in Krazy Flats and am
because CASI Members are among the greatest people on
involved with the yearly improvements that have been made.
earth. I especially enjoy hearing from all the great people
that contact me with their upcoming events.
I can add to the integrity of our organization in a positive way and work for the best interest
of our members as well as CASI. Many of our members have some good ideas and I feel
I also order clothing and supplies for the Concession Stand
we need to hear more of them.
during TICC. For the past eight years I have been a member
of the group that cleans, paints and landscapes the CASI
Running to be a member of the Board of Directors is a challenge and the greater challenge
site prior to TICC. This past year, as the acting Ranch
will be serving on the Board. I feel this will be a very rewarding experience in my life as CASI
Manager, came the responsibility for contracting for the Port-O-Pots and Trash pickup.
is very dear to my heart. CASI has prospered and should continue to prosper even with
Arrangements were made to have the CASI site roads repaired and the area cleared of weeds.
the challenges we face today. We can continue to improve TICC along with looking for ways
I am also responsible for ordering the plaques for the new Corporate Members, which
to keep expenses to a minimum.
includes assembly and mailing or delivery of these plaques.
I would appreciate your support and your vote. I will gladly answer any questions you have.
Your consideration will be greatly appreciated. Thanks to all of you for letting me be of
service to you these past six years on the Board. Please let me hear from you. Granted I
am not much of a public speaker, but I love to “git r done” when it comes to serving the Don Hoy
Your vote will be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely, Dorathy Williams THANK YOU CASI
I would like to take a moment as a CASI scholarship recipient to thank you for this
wonderful gift that you have bestowed upon me. As you know, my name is Samantha
All-American Chili Cookoff Sievering and I am a senior at Rockville High School in Rockville, Maryland. A few days
after receiving the good news that the CASI foundation had chosen me to be one of their
few scholarship students I got the amazing news that I had been accepted at Boston
University of Boston, Massachusetts. All this information coming in at once hit me like
a ton of bricks and I was simply overwhelmed with gratitude towards… well everyone.
Since then I have continued attending classes at RHS awaiting prom and graduation, all
the markers of this new life waiting just a few months away. I am still working hard to
maintain my grades and have begun studying for the ever stressful AP Tests that are
nearly two weeks away.
Aside from my academics I’ve become more and more interested in my photography and
started producing photographs as fast as I can. Just prior to sitting down to write you
this letter I had been at my school’s art show where a number of my photographs, mainly
portraits, were being showcased. The weather has also become a lot nicer up here in the
Northeast so I have been attending some cook-offs with my father that I previously
avoided due to fear of the cold. I’ve enjoyed every moment spent there from slicing and
dicing to falling asleep in the folding chairs and, if nothing else, the sense of community.
The community created within these meetings is touching and in merely a few atten-
dances I have felt this overwhelming warmth that is uncharacteristic of most other
competitions. To find a neighboring tent to be so interested in aiding and passing around
hints and techniques is certainly not a trait one would find in nearly any other competitive
environment and seems to be truly unique to the CASI cook-offs.
Again, I would like to thank you and the CASI foundation for your immense kindness
Sue Caffey, Keith Karaff, and Jessie Waguespack presenting in aiding me through my college career. I will try my best to keep you up to date on the
Keith with a SOT POD Qualifer Pin on goings of my life and academics. I look forward to September and the opportunities
you have helped open to me. In the meantime though, I will remain in Rockville enjoying
The Second Annual All-American Chili Cookoff was held at Becker Vineyards on July 4 in the constant simmering smells of spices wafting from the kitchen as my father tries out
Stonewall, Texas. Sixty-four cooks gathered to enjoy each other’s company, celebrate new recipes for the next big cook-off.
Independence Day, and raise funds for Habitat for Humanity. Visitors to the winery enjoyed
talking with the cooks and generously contributed to the charity in return for chili samples. Thank you!
Mama Sue Caffey won the People’s Choice competition with $90 in donations, and Keith
Karaff won Show with his watermelon seed spitting contest.
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 15
Foltz Announces Candidacy Nickle Seeking Board Position
To CASI Members, Great Peppers and Board Members:
I am seeking a position on the CASI Board of Directors because:
I am excited to announce my candidacy for the CASI
Board of Directors and look forward to seeing many of I have been cooking with CASI since 1981. I feel that I have the knowledge and experience
you at the upcoming Great Peppers Meeting in Amarillo. to be a CASI Board member.
I have a great desire to help and believe I can be
effective working with the Board to help our organization While I was on the Board, I enjoyed working with the Board and for CASI in helping to put
grow and flourish. on the TICC.
Many of you may know me as the 2004 TICC winner. I I would appreciate your consideration in this election.
am a proud lifetime CASI Member and have served in
several capacities with Pods in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Yours in CASI,
area. I served as Pepper Popper of Cowtown Pod and
assisted Dale Reinecker in making last year’s Cowtown Preston Nickle
Cookoff the biggest one yet. I am ready to serve all CASI members as a Director.
I believe my experience with Boy Scouts, my church and several other charitable organizations
over the past 20 years will be a good resource for me to draw upon for my work on the Board.
I realize there is a lot of time, effort and just plain hard work that has to be done to make TICC
successful each year, and I am willing to make that effort on behalf of all CASI Members.
I welcome questions and comments from everyone concerning anything related to CASI
and the Board of Directors. If you don’t see me at a cookoff, my e-mail is email@example.com
and my cell phone is 214.914.3733.
Know that I am committed to CASI. Thank you for your consideration.
Marathon TX 4th Annual Mustang Chili Cookoff
4th Annual Cowboy Chili Cookoff
Left to Right: Debbie Conley, 9th; Pat Krenek, 3rd; Betty Ramirez, 8th; Norma
Homesley, 6th; Maxine Reed, 4th; Kathy Hulme, 2nd; Paul Mulkey, 10th;
Janita Hinds, 1st; Guy W. Bates, 5th; and Doretta "Dodie" Simpson, 7th
1st Place winner, David “Red Bean” Boone, Odessa TX
Page 16 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Street Fair CCO. The street fair features over 150 Spring TX 77373. WWW.Courtney’s
arts, crafts and food vendors, and live entertainment. Crusade.com. Entry fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. CHILI
Entry fee is $20, turn-in is 2:00 PM and meat is GRIND ONLY. Make checks payable to Courtney’s
cooks choice. Held at parking lot of Center Square. Crusade. Info contact Keith Karaff,
Contact Chip Welsh firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com, Lionel Lopez 832-798-6641.
717-309-8303. Make check payable to Keystone
State Pod. Aug 16, 2008-005 - Red River NM CASI. Hot Chili
Days,Cool Mountain Nights Held in Brandenburg
Aug 10, 2008-001 - Olympia WA CASI. Park, 101 W. River St. Benefits Red River Valley
Washington State Open Championship. Automatic Charter School. Entry fee $15, turn-in 2 PM. Make
qualifier for TICC. Held at Farmer’s Market 700 checks payable to Colorado Chili Pod. Contact
Capital Way N. Benefits Friends of the Market. John Montgomery, 1670 Broadway, Suite 3000,
Turnin time: 1PM Homestyle, 2 PM CASI Entry DEnver CO 80202. 303-831-5000.
Fee: $20 CASI, Homestyle $5 if you do CASI; if not
then it is $20 Checks Payable to: Ken Peach Aug 16, 2008-006 - Quihi TX CASI. 1st Ever Quihi
Information Contact: Ken Peach Contact Address: Roadhaus CCO. Held at Quihi Roadhaus, Quihi
3125 148th St E., Tacoma, WA 98446. Contact Texas. 1936 Fm 2676. 2 miles east of Hwy 173 on
Phone Number: 253-537- 4591, Email FM 2676 towards Rio Medina. Cooks Party on
firstname.lastname@example.org Preregistration Deadline Friday Night, Aug. 15th. Over night camping
August 1 2008. allowed, no hook-ups. Auction and Raffle to be held
on Sat. Aug 16th at 4pm. Chili Turn in, 2 PM.
Aug 16, 2008-001 - Lamesa TX CASI. Large Time Cooks meeting at 11 AM Entry fee $20. Bloody
Chili & BBQ CCO Cancelled. Date changed to Mary Contest $10 entry fee, turn-in Noon. All
August 9th. proceeds to benefit Medina County Child Care
board. We will have a dance both Friday and
Aug 16, 2008-002 - Odessa TX CASI. Westside Saturday night. For more info: Call Shelly @ 210-
Volunteer Fire Dept CCO Held at Allbright & 287-7745 or 830-426-8688. shellylee189@
Associates Yard, 8011 Andrews Hwy. Benefits yahoo.com. Make check payable to Quihi Roadhaus.
Westside VFD. Entry fee $20, turn in 2 PM. Make
checks payable to Black Gold Chili Pod. Contact Aug 16, 2008-007 - Everman TX CASI. 1st Annual
Merle “Squirrel” Schoenhoff. 432- 664-7647, or Happy Armadillo CCO Held at the Happy Armadillo
shop 432-366-8897. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Some (a Texas Honky-Tonk) at 1701 Everman Parkway
electrical hookups, plenty of room. in Everman. Take the Everman exit from I-35
south and go east 1.2 miles. Look for the big sign.
Aug 16, 2008-003 - Indianapolis IN CASI. Indiana RV parking available; no hook-ups. Entry $20
Pepper Pod Chad Jester Memorial CCO. Held in CASI, turn in 2:00 p.m. CHILI GRIND ONLY.
Bel-Aire Park, I-465 to Kentucky Ave, on the west Benefits the Texas Tradition Chorus who will
side of Indianapolis. Go north on Kentucky Ave, perform Saturday afternoon. Cooks party Friday Aug 17, 2008-003 - Tacoma WA CASI. Puget Pod
Pondarosa is a family oriented clothing optional
turn right on Tibbs and Bel-Aire Park will be on the night and live band Saturday night. Goody bags to Cookoff. Held at 3125 148th St. Benefits Puget
naturist resort, located east of Dallas at 32891 Hwy
left.Registration 8:00 AM, Cooks meeting at 9:00 the first 20 who register. See next day cookoff, Pod. Turnin 1 PM, entry fee $15. Checks payable
64, go 2.7 miles and watch for high fence on left,
AM. 1:00 PM turn in with awards at 3:30PM. Entry same location. For information contact Gary Napier to Ken Peach. Contact: Ken Peach 3125 148th St.
turn left into drive. Pondarosa is an AANR member
fee is $20.00 make checks payable to the Indiana at (817) 225-5744 or e- mail at E., Tacoma, WA 98446. 253- 537-4591 Email
and under the original ownership and management
Pepper Pod. Other categories include: Anything Gary@happyarmadillo.com. email@example.com CHILI GRIND ONLY.
of Rita Ellis. Chili (beef) $20 1 PM turn-in. 50/50
Goes $15, Fire/Police $15, Jr’s Division $5 (AG/
beans $5 noon turn-in. 50/50 drawing. Make checks
Fire/Police $10 w/CASI entry). Make checks payable Aug 16, 2008-008 - Alpine AZ CASI. 13th Annual Aug 22, 2008-001 - Terlingua TX CASI. Friday
payable to Pondarosa Resort CCO. RSVP for
to the Indiana Pepper Pod. Music Fest and Classic Alpine Chili Society Pod CCO. Held at Alpine Terlingua Cookoff. Held at Community Center.
limited RV hookups and rental units. Tent camping
Car Show on site during the cook- off. For more Rodeo grounds. Benefits Alpine Volunteer Fire Turn- in 7 PM. Entry fee $20. CHILI GRIND
available. For details and directions, go to web site
information contact Darin or Tonya Jester at 317- Dept. and other local charites. Turn in 1:00 p.m. ONLY. Contact Diane, Mel FitzHenry 432-371-
www.pondarosaresorts.com or contact Rita or
856-3231, Indiana Pepper Pod at Dry camping. Other events: People’s Choice, 2681. Cooks dinner served at 5 PM.
Cindy at the Pondarosa office 903-865-1104 or at
firstname.lastname@example.org Proceeds from this BBQ, Jack-pot beans, SPAM! For information
email@example.com. Cooks party Friday
event to benefit Pod Charities.” contact: Dick Seehusen, 928-339- 1840, Aug 22, 2008-002 - Corsicana TX CASI. North of
at 6:30pm. $5 pot luck dinner Saturday night and
firstname.lastname@example.org Waco Pod CCO Held at Gander Mountain, 3301
live band 8:30pm - 12:30am. Contact Larry
Aug 16, 2008-004 - Spring TX CASI. 1st Annual Corsicana Crossings Blvd. From I-45, take exit
Wampler for CASI info 903-450-5541. Per CASI
Lifestyles Unlimited and KR-Rejuvenation Golf Aug 16, 2008-009 - Wills Point TX CASI. 1st #229 (Hwy 287) go East on 287 and take first right
Rule V.A.2 on advertising probation.
Tournament Benefits Courtney’s Crusade. Held at Annual Ponderosa Resort CCO benefiting the onto Corsicana Crossings Blvd. Plenty of paved
Cypresswood Golf Club, 21602 Cypresswood Dr, Myrtle Springs Volunteer Fire Department. parking, no hookups. Entry fee $18.00 turn-in at
Aug 17, 2008-001 - St Thomas VI CASI. 2008
Texas Society of the Virgin Islands. Held at #2 8pm (CHILI GRIND ONLY). Cook’s party -
Brewer Bay on Brewers Beach. Benefits St Thomas entertainment. See info for Saturday cookoff.
Search and Rescue, Dial A Ride, VI Institute for Benefits NOW Pod for Great Peppers meeting
Performing Arts. Queen Louise Home for Aged, fund. For more info contact Kay Lefler 972-646-
Family Home Network. Entry fee $25 turn-in 5159, 972-872- 2297, email@example.com.
Noon. Make checks payable to Texas Society of
Virgin Islands. Contact Erik Ackerson P.O. Box Aug 22, 2008-003 - Stafford TX CASI. Sweetheart
306926 St Thomas VI 00803 340-473-8706. Cookoff. Held at 10150 W Airport Blvd, for
Register by 9 AM August 17th. Meat requirement, Handicap Children. Entry fee $20 turn-in 8 PM.
beef. Automatic qualifier for TICC. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Contact Bert Hall 713-
433-2888 or 713-775-8280. See cookoff next
Aug 17, 2008-002 - Everman TX CASI. Sunday day.
After Happy Armadillo CCO. Held at the Happy
Armadillo (a Texas Honky-Tonk) at 1701 Everman Aug 23, 2008-001 - Las Cruces NM CASI. Las
Parkway in Everman. Take the Everman exit from Cruces VFW#6917 Indoor CCO #2 5845 Bataan
I-35 south and go east 1.2 miles. Look for the big Memorial West. From Las Cruces, NM take Hwy
sign. RV parking no hook- ups. Entry $18, turn in 70 East to the Porter Drive Exit. Take this exit
12. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Previous day cookoff, and use the “turn- around” lane to loop back to the
same location. For information contact Gary Napier VFW Hall. Traveling West on Hwy70, take the
at 817-225-5744 or e-mail at Porter Drive Exit to the first stop sign. Proceed
Gary@happyarmadillo.com. Benefits local from that stop sign to the VFW Hall on your right.
charities. Entry fee $18 turn-in 2 PM. Make checks payable
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 17
to NMCS. Contact Bud Barrick P.O. Box 268 721- 1580, 319-365-2944 chiliman1955@
Organ NM 88052. 575- 382-5107, yahoo.com. Automatic qualifier for TICC.
Aug 23, 2008-007 - Lebanon TN CASI. Tennessee
Aug 23, 2008-002 - Terlingua TX CASI. Bronze State Championship CCO. Held at the Ward
Goat Cookoff. Held at Community Center. Entry Agricultural Center in Lebanon TN at the site of
fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. Contact Dorathy Williams the largest county fair in Tennessee, the Wilson
432-371-2595. Beautiful Bronze Beer Drinking County Fair Automatic qualifier. Travel money
Goat for 1st Place Chili by Lloyd Goldwire. Fish Fry for Terlingua. Entry fee $25, turn-in 1 PM. Benefits
sponsored by the Terlingua High School, starts at Brooks House Homeless Shelter for Women and
noon. Children. Make checks payable to HOT POD and
mail to Carol Knight, 2003 Dorchester Dr, Lebanon
Aug 23, 2008-003 - Corsicana TX CASI. 2nd TN 37090. Carol Knight 615-444-1383 OR 615-
Annual Dawg Daze of Summer CCO Held at Gander 449-6676 firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit
Mountain, 3301 Corsicana Crossings Blvd, from I- website: http://.wilsoncountyfair .net/contests/
45, take exit #229 (Hwy 287) go East on 287 and chili.htm. CHILI MEAT OPEN.
take first right onto Corsicana Crossings Blvd.
Plenty of paved parking, no hookups. Entry fee Aug 23, 2008-008 - Eugene OR CASI. Kickoff
$20.00 turn-in 1 PM (CHILI GRIND ONLY); Cookoff: Chili & Quackers. Location TBA. Entry
Junior division (ages 8-17) entry fee $10.00 turn- fee $20, turn-in time 2 PM. Benefits ShelterCare.
in 1 PM (CHILI GRIND ONLY); 50/50 Beans Contact Carla DeVore or Brad Bassi, P.O. Box
entry fee $10.00 turn-in Noon. Bring those pets 23338, Eugene OR 97402. 541-686-1262.
for a fun pet contest. Benefits the Navarro County
Animals at Risk Foundation. Also see info for Aug 23, 2008-009 - Denton TX CASI. 80th Annual
Friday cookoff. For more info contact Kay Lefler NTSF & Rodeo CCO. Held at 2217 N. Carroll Blvd.
972- 646-5159, 972-872-2297, email@example.com. Entry fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. Entry fee includes
ticket to rodeo, limited hookups $20. Pot luck
Aug 23, 2008-004 - Ocala FL CASI. Central Florida party Friday night. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Vickie
Appaloosa Horse Show and Chili Cookoff. Held at Blackburn firstname.lastname@example.org 940-
Ocala Equestrian Center, 1601 SW 60th Ave. 391-6998, Delora Goin 940-230- 3238.
Entry fee $20, turn-in 1 PM. No canopies needed, email@example.com. Benefits NTSF 2000.
indoor covered arena. Horse show during the Per CASI Rule V.A.2, on advertising probation.
cookoff. Ramada, Golden Palms, and other hotels
at Jct 175 and State route 27. Contact Candi, Aug 23, 2008-010 - Oklahoma City OK CASI.
firstname.lastname@example.org. 561-795-5888. Benefits Tony Newcomb CCO & T-Shirt Party Held at 5600
Scholarship fund for the Equestrian Children. Tulsa Drive. ELS General Fund Tony Newcomb.
GRIND ONLY Turn-in 7 PM. Contact Joe Spears
Aug 23, 2008-005 - Stafford TX CASI. 17th 128 Amber Ridge Shawnee, OK 74801. 405-650-
Annual Auxiliary 151 CCO. Held at 10150 W 3354. Per CASI Rule V.A.2, advertising probation.
Airport Blvd, for auxiliary charities. Entry fee $20
turn-in 2 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Beans 50/50, Aug 23, 2008-011 - Marshall TX CASI. Lady Elks
turn-in 1 PM entry fee $10. Contact Bert Hall 713- Annual Scholarship CCO. Held at 411 E Austin St.
433-2888 or 713-775-8280. Entry fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. Make checks payable
to Marshall Lady Elks. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Aug 30, 2008-001 - Plains TX CASI. Watermelon for Cancer Research And RUSTY WEIR CANCER
Aug 23, 2008-006 - Cedar Rapids IA CASI. 25th Contact John Oswalt 903-407-2586 CASI Rule Festival Chili & BBQ Cookoff. Held in City Park. FUND
Iowa State Championship CCO Due to the major V.A.2 on advertising probation. RV electric hookups on first come first serve basis.
flooding in Cedar rapids last month, The Chrome Benefits the Yoakum County Connection. Entry Aug 30, 2008-005 - Pittsburg KS CASI. Little
Horse Saloon was under water and will not be able Aug 24, 2008-001 - Downers Grove IL CASI. St fee $18 turn-in 2 PM. Make check payable: Yoakum Balkins Chili Cookoff. Held at 2nd and Pine Sts.
to host the cook off. The new sight for the 25th Marys 1st Annual Chili Cookoff Held in conjunction County Connection Contact Teresa Bell, P.O. Box Entry fee $20 turn-in Noon. Benefits Support Our
Iowa State Championship Chili cook off will be at with annual parish picnic. CASI and Open division 931 Plains TX 79355. nannee_bell @ yahoo.com. Soldiers. Make check payable to Crawford County
a bar and grill called “Jersey’s” 5761-C. Street SW chili competition. Games, food, beer tent, lots of 806-456-8345 or 806- 215-1680. Bar Assn. Salsa and Wings divisions. Contact Eric
in Cedar Rapids. Take Hwy 30 East from I-380 to fun. Located on the west side of Fairfield, Rosenblad. 620-232- 1330. email@example.com.
C Street and turn South, 1/4 mile on the left in a approximately half way between 55th St & Ogden Aug 30, 2008-002 - Fort Wayne IN CASI. Chilifest
small shopping mall. Turn In times 2 PM for CASI (US 34), 444 W. Wilson St. Entry fee $18 turn-in Canceled. Aug 31, 2008-001 - San Angelo TX CASI. Labor
chili, 1:30 for Jr. chili and salsa. Fees are $25 for 2 PM. Contact John Gastaldello Day MDA Cookoff Day 1 of a 2 day Concho Valley
CASI chili, $5 for Salsa and $5 for JR chili. Benefits j.gastaldello@comcast .net. 630-963-0160. Per Aug 30, 2008-003 - El Paso TX CASI. The Cockpit Chili Pod Labor Day MDA CCO, Benefits: Jerry’s
Tanager Place. Jr chili is chili grind only. Hope to CASI Rule V.A.2, on advertising probation. Challenge Annual Pod . Pod of The Pass Coookoff. Kids MDA Location: parking lot of Ashley Furniture
see all of you there. Contact Gary Christensen 122 Held at Cockpit Lounge, 9828 Montana. Turn-in at 2639 Sunset. Jackpot beans at 12 noon. Entry
10th St NW Cedar Rapids IA 52405, day cell 319- 4 PM, entry fee $18, Beans and Salsa $5 each entry. fee $5 Chili turn in at 2 pm Entry fee $18.00.
Charity TBD. There will be Bean and Salsa Payable to Concho Valley Chili Pod. This is a 2 day
Competitions. Info Eve Du Mond 915-345-4397 CCO. See Monday’s information. More info to
or firstname.lastname@example.org. follow. Info: Janice Miller, 3214 Oak Mountain
MARK YOUR CALENDAR… Trail, San Angelo,TX 76904, 325 947 8753 or
Aug 30, 2008-004 - Meridian TX CASI. email@example.com. CHILI GRIND ONLY.
save the date. TxMusicFestival Chili & Bean CCO.. Held at
Come have a GREAT TIME! TX MUSIC FESTIVAL Bosque Bottoms Cookoff Campgrounds. Entry fee Aug 31, 2008-002 - Arlington TX CASI. 31st
www.TxMusicFestival.com $20 in advance includes music festival ticket for all Annual Arlingua CCO Held at Elks Lodge #2114,
3 days. Turn-in 2 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. 601 W. Pioneer Parkway. CASI Division entry
20 Bands— 3 FUN DAYS Aug. 29-30-31 2008 Labor Day Weekend Contact Christina 817-233-2869. Email $20, turn-in 2PM, GRIND ONLY. Junior Division,
Meridian, TX 76665, BYOB Coolers OK Bosque Bottoms Cook-off Campgrounds, Christina@theunclebillroach band.com. Come have free entry, turn-in 1PM. All qualified Elks are
Camping and Motels or just stay for the Day, a GREAT TIME! TX MUSIC FESTIVAL 20 eligible to participate in an Elk’s division (also
Texas Hold ‘em Tournaments-Kite Flying-Custom Bike Show Contest-Water Slide- Bands— 3 FUN DAYS., BYOB Coolers OK Camping GRIND ONLY). Entry is free if participating in
Buy your tickets on-line in advance & $AVE www.TxMusicFestival.com 817-233- and Motels or just stay for the Day, Texas Hold ‘em CASI, otherwise it is $15. Jackpot beans (dry white
Tournaments-Kite Flying-Custom Bike Show beans from scratch only) $5, turn-in noon. RV
2869 CASI Chili Cook-off on Sat. Contest-Water Slide- Campfire Music. Buy your parking available, no hook- ups. Lots of shaded
You Can HELP FIND A CURE…Benefiting www.NFCR.org tickets on-line in advance & $AVE cooking area under the trees. Cooks party/meal
National Foundation for Cancer Research www.TxMusicFestival.com 817-233- 2869. You Saturday night (around 7:00 p.m.). For information
Can HELP FIND A CURE. National Foundation contact Ron Barnes Ratchili@sbcglobal.net or
Page 18 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Budda Manske budda77@sbcglobal .net.Benefits Lake Zurich Park & Recreation Dept, 200 S Ramd. West, 1.5 miles west of Castroville on Hwy 90. information. Info Janice Miller, 3214 Oak Mountain
Arlington Elk’s charities Junior Division, CHILI Lake Zurich IL 60047. 847-530-0793. Entry fee $20, turn-in 3 PM. Make checks payable Trail, San Angelo, TX 76904, 325 947 8753 or
GRIND ONLY entry is free, turn-in 1 PM. Make to Jeff Cooper. Raffle, silent auction, showmanship. firstname.lastname@example.org.
checks payable to BPOE 2114. Benefits Arlington Sep 13, 2008-002 - West Tawakoni TX CASI. Red RV parking with no hookups. Music and Dance
Elks charities. River Valley Pod West Tawakoni 14th Annual September 12th & 13th, $20 entry. Friday arrivals Sep 20, 2008-002 - Gonzales TX CASI. First Shot
Chili by the Lake Cookoff. Held at Tawakoni City welcome. Hotel 1 miles from site. Contact Jeff Cookoff. Held at J.B. Wells Park, Hwy 183S and
Aug 31, 2008-003 - Meridian TX CASI. Sunday Park, 9 miles east of Quinlan on Hwy 276. Benefits Cooper 830-741-0280, 830-538-2112 861 State Hwy 97, South of Guadalupe River. Entry fee TBD.
TXMusic Festival CCO. At 76665 Bosque Bottoms Park Improvements. Entry fee $18 turn-in 1 PM. Hwy 173 S, Hondo TX 78861. Asking for turn-in 2 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. IBCA BBQ
Cook-off Campgrounds. Charity TBD. Chili entry Jackpot Beans entry $5 turn in Noon, 50/50 1st preregistration but not mandatory. Meat, beef. Cookoff, Brisket, Chicken, Ribs, Jackpot Beans.
fee $20 in advance includes music festival ticket for place only. Limited electric hookups. Info Jackie ALL proceeds for American Cancer Society. Showmanship. Hookups available. Contact Sissy
all 3 days Chili turn-in time 2 PM, CHILI GRIND Grose 5640 Hwy 34 South, Quinlan, TX 75474. Mills 830-857-6247 sissyM@JDCOins .com.
ONLY. For more info Contact Christina 817-233- 903-883-4916. See cookoff next day. Sep 13, 2008-008 - Perrin TX CASI. Texas Music Shirley Breitschopf 830- 857-4142. See cookoff
2869. Christina@theunclebillroachband .com. See Nation Cookoff and Music Festival, held at Mitchell next day.
cookoff previous day. On advertising probation Sep 13, 2008-003 - New Braunfels TX CASI. 2008 RV Resort, 2730 FM 2210E. Entry fee $20 gives
per CASI Rule V. A.2. River Rat Run Cookoff. To be held at Mountain you free pass to Music Festival. CHILI GRIND Sep 20, 2008-003 - Crane TX CASI. Crane County
Breeze Camp 201 Mountain Breeze Camp Road in ONLY. Turn-in 1 PM. Music Festival Friday and Junior Livestock Held at Crane City Park, limited
Aug 31, 2008-004 - Hanover PA CASI. conjunction with the 2008 River Rat Run put on by Saturday. Contact Dee Palmer 1011 Bluejay Dr, hookups. Entry fee $18 turn-in 2 PM. Benefits
Pennsylvania State Championship CCO Held in the South Central Texas Chapter of the San Jacinto Mansfield TX 76063, 817-473- 0763. Call Mitchell Crane County Junior Livestock. Make checks
ball field behind the MClinger’s Tavern, Forney High Roller Motorcycle Club. There is unlimited RV resort for RV Reservations at 940-798-4615. payable to Crane County Livestock. Contact Trish
Ave. Join us for the 13th Annual Pennsylvania self- contained RV and tent camping. Grill house Barker 432-693-6696. Chili Grind ONLY.
State Championship, Automatic qualifier for TICC. and bar available. Right on the river, and Mountain Sep 13, 2008-009 - Mocksville NC CASI. Bubba’s
The event is open to the public from 11 AM to 6 Breeze does offer tube floats, etc. Entry fee for the Backyard Bash. Held at home of Great Pepper Sep 20, 2008-004 - Flowery Branch GA CASI. 5th
PM, features popular local entertainment. Entry whole weekend (Friday thru Sunday) is $25 per Mike “Bubba” Williams, 485 Pleasant Acre Dr. Annual Flowery Branch Car Show and Chili Cookoff.
fee $25, turn-in 2 PM. Make checks payable to person at the gate ($20.00 if you pre-register Mocksville NC 27028. Entry fee $20 turn-in Held on Main St. Minutes away from beautiful Lake
Hanover Chili ookoff. There’s also an open chili online) plus $5.00 to cook chili on Saturday. Noon. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Make checks payable Lanier and all its amenities. Open and CASI chili
cookoff & salsa competition. Last year, 7,000 Auctions, raffles, vendors, live music, kid’s to Piedmont Pepper Pod. Benefits Piedmont competition, fees, no charge for Open Competition,
people attended and over $54,000 was raised for activities, fun run, and bike games. Turn in time for Pepper Pod charities. Contact Mike Bubba Williams $20 for CASI competitors. CHILI GRIND ONLY.
local charities. The growth of this event has chili will be 1:00 PM on Saturday. All proceeds 336- 284-4567. email@example.com. Info available CASI turn-in 12:30, Open turn-in 2 PM. Benefits
resulted in limited available space, so unfortunately benefit the Comal County & Guadalupe County at www.ncchili.com. No showmanship no freestyle Coats For Kids. Enjoy a true Festival Atmosphere
this year no campers or RV’s will be allowed on the Children’s Advocacy Centers. Contact Trea CASI only in Historic Flowery Branch GA. Home of cool cars
field during the cookoff. Contact Chip Welsh 717- “Floozie” Schmidt at 830-305-6242 and hot chili. Music, games for the kids, food,
309-8303. firstname.lastname@example.org. Benefits email@example.com. Also, check out Sep 13, 2008-010 - Little Rock AR CASI. VFW vendors and local merchants abound. For more info
H.A.R.T. Center and others. the website www.southcentralsjhr.org to pre- 9095 Ladies Auxilary Held at 1121 Gamble Road, on being a contestant or vendor please contact
register for the weekend and for all the details of VFW Post 9095, located at Kanis & Gamble Rd. Steve Soucie, 770-967- 2934, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 1, 2008-001 - San Angelo TX CASI. Labor Day the weekend! 1:00 pm turn in. Entry Fee $25.00. Benefits or Charlotte Cornett at 678-698-1387.
Cookoff Day 2 of a 2 day Concho Valley Chili Pod Veterans and Family Relief fund. No Rv hookups email@example.com. Visit web
Labor Day CCO, Benefits: Concho Valley Chili Sep 13, 2008-004 - Port Coquitlam BC CASI. Limited space for Motorhomes. Call in advance if www.flowerybranchga.org. Trophies awarded for
Pod charities Location: parking lot of Ashley Pacific Pod Cookoff. Held at 3422 Lancaster St. you need motorhome space. CHILI GRIND ONLY. CASI winners, Cash prizes for Open Competition.
Furniture at 2639 Sunset. Entry fee $5 Chili turn Entry fee $25, turn-in 2 PM. Benefits Heart & Contact Jim Smith @ 501-225- 9849 for further
in at 12 noon. Entry fee $18.00. Payable to Stroke Foundation. Contact Fred Roycroft info. Sep 20, 2008-005 - Denham Springs LA CASI.
Concho Valley Chili Pod. This is a 2 day CCO. See firstname.lastname@example.org 604-464-3472. Make checks Louisianna Multiple Sclerosis Chili Cook Off.
Sunday’s information. More info to follow. Info: payable to F. Roycroft. Sep 14, 2008-001 - West Tawakoni TX CASI. Day Hosted by the BASS PRO SHOPS and sponsored by
Janice Miller, 3214 Oak Mountain Trail, San After Chili By the Lake CCO. Held at Tawakoni the IBEW Local Union 995, Baton Rouge, La.
Angelo, TX 76904, 325 947 8753 or Sep 13, 2008-005 - Westfield IN CASI. Indiana City Park, 9 miles east of Quinlan on Hwy 276. Cook off will be at the new BASS PRO SHOP I-12
email@example.com. CHILI GRIND ONLY. State Cookoff. Details to follow. Tonya Jester Entry fee $18, turn-in Noon. Info Jackie Grose exit 10 Denham Springs, La. Live music, auctions,
firstname.lastname@example.org. 903-883-4916. See cookoff previous day. Raffles and door prizes. CASI rules apply, Chili
Sep 1, 2008-002 - Clifton VA CASI. VA State Grind Only $20 entry fee, turn in at 1:00 pm.
Championship. Automatic qualifier for TICC. Held Sep 13, 2008-006 - DeSoto KS CASI. DeSoto Sep 20, 2008-001 - Water Valley TX CASI. People’s choice entry $10 turn in at 2:00 pm.
at the Barn, behind 7131 Main St. Entry fee $20 Rotary Chili Cook-Off Held at Zimmerman’s Kill Almost Last Chance CCO Day 1 of Almost Last 50,000 Northwest Airlines miles to first place
turn-in 2 PM. For INOVA Hospital Kids. Contact Creek Farm, north of K-10 Highway at the Kill Chance CCO, Benefits: CASI Scholarship Fund chili. Good for 2 round trip Northwest Airline
Richard King 703-631-9198 email Creek exit. Entry fee is $20.00. CASI turn-in at Location: Water Valley at Seymour Crossing Harper tickets anywhere in the continental US. Louisiana
email@example.com. noon. Homestyle division turn-in at 12:30pm, fee Park located on South FM 2034 off of US Highway unique trophies to top 3 chili’s. Cooks dinner
is $20.00 ($30.00 for both events). Benefits Gift 87. Limit number of hook ups. $20/ night. Jackpot Friday night 6:30 to 8:00 in pavilion at KOA.
Sep 6, 2008-001 - Edgerton WI CASI. Chilimania. of Life Foundation. Contact Robin Stone at 913- beans turn in at 12 noon, entry fee $5.00. Chili turn Cook’s meeting 9:00 AM Saturday. For more
Wisconsin State Chili Championship Automatic 585-3130 or Darrel Zimmerman at 913-209-4446 in at 2 PM. Entry fee $18.00. CHILI GRIND information, please contact Colin or Tonya Bamber
qualifier for TICC. Held at Canal and Henry Streets, ONLY. There will be a cake auction and a 50/50 at 225-686-2872, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
one block off stoplight in downtown Edgerton. Sep 13, 2008-007 - Castroville TX CASI. Medina pot. Payable to Concho Valley Chili Pod. Saturday or email email@example.com, KOA camp
Entry fee $20 includes Salsa Contest, turn-in 1:30 Valley Chili Cookoff. Held at Stangs, 2405 Hwy 90 night Potluck. This is a 2 day CCO. See Sunday’s
PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Make checks payable
to Chilimania. Benefits various Community
projects & High School scholarships. Jennifer
Roethe 4327 Woodcrest Dr, Apt 203A Janesville
WI 53546. 608-295-1619
Sep 7, 2008-001 - San Angelo TX CASI. Labor Day
MDA CCO Cancelled, date changed to August 31st.
Sep 8, 2008-001 - San Angelo TX CASI. Labor Day
CCO Day 2 Cancelled, date changed, September
Sep 13, 2008-001 - Lake Zurich IL CASI. Annual
Barn Burnin’ Chili Cookoff. Held at Paulus Park,
200 S Rand, Rt 22 and Rt 12. Entry fee $20, turn-
in 2 PM. Benefits Children Programing. Music,
Food, Beer, Kids crafts. Contact Karen Meyers
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 19
ground offering 15% discount to anyone associated Trophies awarded for CASI Division. Freestyle Crawford State Park. Entry fee - $20.00. turn-in Sep 21, 2008-002 - Gonzales TX CASI. Sunday
with cookoff. Chili division first place wins $500. and $100 for Noon. Chili grind only. Make checks payable to First Shot Cookoff. Held at J.B. Wells Park, Hwy
first place Salsa & award for Best Booth. Further Friends of Crawford State Park. Fundraiser for 183S and Hwy 97, South of Guadalupe River. Entry
Sep 20, 2008-006 - Clemmons NC CASI. North details www.nyschili.com. Held in conjunction playground equipment. Contact Kevin S. Smith 22 fee TBD. Turn-in Noon. CHILI GRIND ONLY.
Carolina Chili Championship. Held in Tanglewood with Gaffer District’s Jazz and Harvest Festival E. Lake Road Farlington, KS. 913-362-3237. Contact Sissy Mills 830-857-6247 email
Park, 4061 Clemmons Rd, located near Winston along historic Market Street in Corning. Details at sissyM@JDCOins.com, or Shirley Breitschopf 830-
Salem. Benefits the March of Dimes. Entry fee $5, www.gafferdistrict.com. Visit Corning Museum of Sep 20, 2008-013 - Rio Medina TX CASI. 4th 857-4142.
turn-in 1 PM. Contact Judy Roderick email Glass and Rockwell Museum of Western Art. Make Annual Talk Like a Pirate Day CCO. Held at Texas
firstname.lastname@example.org, 336- 723-4386. checks payable to the Empire State Pod. Contact Spirits Saloon in beautiful downtown Rio Medina, Sep 21, 2008-003 - Oklahoma City OK CASI.
Dave Grossman, 75 E. 4th Street, Corning, NY 6 miles north of Castroville on FM 471. Benefits Oklahoma Women’s State Chili Championship.
Sep 20, 2008-007 - El Paso TX CASI. El Paso 14830; 607-962- 8593; email Equine Therapy Center. 2 pm turn in, $18.00 entry Automatic qualifier for TICC. Held at State Fair-
Chapter Cancer Society CCO. Held at Saturn Car DoctorD@chilimix.com Cookoff held in fee Make checks payable to TX Spirits Saloon grounds, gate 3 off N. May Ave Turn - in 1 P. M.
Dealership located at 7750 Gateway East. Turn-in Centerway Square. Information: Bob Steinle (210) 912-6146. GRIND ONLY Entry fee $25 Benefits City Rescue
2 PM. Cooks meeting 10 AM. Entry fee $18. Mission Info: Joe Spears 405-275-1164 or cell
Checks payable to Pod of The Pass. Contact Sep 20, 2008-010 - Bel Air MD CASI. Last Blast Sep 20, 2008-014 - Bruceville-Eddy TX CASI. 405-650-3354
Donna Von Gentz 915-855- 3129. Carol Straughan of Summer CCO Cancelled. Bruceville-Eddy Annual CCO. Chili $18.00 turn in
915-852- 3599. Caroleptx@aol.com. 2 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Beans $10.00 50/50 Sep 21, 2008-004 - Oklahoma City OK CASI.
Sep 20, 2008-011 - Garland TX CASI. Kappa Beta payback turn in noon. Silent aution,hand painted Oklahoma Men’s State Chili Championship.
Sep 20, 2008-008 - Little Rock AR CASI. West Epsilon Sigma Alpha International CCO. Kappa stove to be raffled off on Sunday. Do not have to Automatic qualifier for TICC. Held at State Fair-
Little Rock Lions Club 36th and Fairpark UALR Beta a chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International be present to win. Unique trophy hand painted by grounds, gate 3 off N. May Ave Turn - in 1 P. M.
parking lot # 15, Little Rock, AR. 72205, across is holding there very first chili cook off to benefit local ems lady. Pot luck supper on Saturday night GRIND ONLY Entry fee $25 Benefits C. A. R. E.
the street from Lions World Services. Benefiting the March of Dimes and Easter Seals. The cook off meat furnished. Next day cook-off for VFD. Contact Info: Joe Spears 405-275-1164 or cell 405-650-
Lions World Service For the Blind. 1 PM turn in. will be held at the Garland Elks Lodge, 3825 Duck Mavis Nelson email@example.com 245-715- 4075 3354
Entry fee $20.00. BRING THROW DOWN Creek Dr. Please contact Phylis Ballard at (972) cell 254-486-2487 home
CHILI!!! They will be selling tasting cups at the 754-4969. or firstname.lastname@example.org Chili cook off Sep 21, 2008-005 - Bruceville-Eddy TX CASI.
event starting at Noon. All proceeds from the will have a 1 p.m. turn in, GRIND ONLY. Chili Sep 21, 2008-001 - Water Valley TX CASI. Sunday Bruceville-Eddy VFD CCO Chili $18.00
tasting cups go to Lions World Services for the entry will be $20. Chili will have stoves for 1st, 2nd, Concho Valley Chili Pod Cookoff. Benefits: turn in 1 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Hand painted
Blind. This is our third year to have the cookoff and and 3rd. Bean will be 50/50 with a 12 p.m. turn in Concho Valley Chili Pod Charities Location: Water stove to be raffled off do not have to be present to
are expecting more spectators than last year. And and will pay 1st place. We will also have a raffle with Valley at Seymour Crossing Harper Park located on win. Mavis Nelson 254- 715-4075 cell 254-486-
did I mention to BRING THROW DOWN CHILI. 6 tickets for $5.00. Make checks payable to: South FM 2034 off of US Highway 87. Limit 2487 home email@example.com
For further information call Tammy Johnson @ Kappa Beta. Dave Hewlett Will assist the cookoff number of hook ups. $20/ night. Chili turn in at 12
501-920-6100 or 501-664- 7100 or call Bruce 214-695-3806. firstname.lastname@example.org There will noon Entry fee $18.00. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Sep 26, 2008-001 - Wichita Falls TX CASI.
Smith @ 501- 312-8715 email@example.com. be camping for RV/s with a fee of $10 a night, water Payable to Concho Valley Chili Pod. Saturday FallsFest Chili Cookoff. Held in Lucy Park. Entry
and elec. night Potluck. This is a 2 day CCO. See Saturday’s fee $18 turn-in 9 PM. Benefits Junior League of
Sep 20, 2008-009 - Corning NY CASI. Empire information. Info: Janice Miller, 3214 Oak Wichita Falls. Make checks payable to Junior
State Pod Cookoff to benefit Health Ministry of Sep 20, 2008-012 - Farlington KS CASI. Crawford Mountain Trail, San Angelo, TX 76904, 325 947 League of Wichita Falls. CHILI GRIND ONLY. See
the Southern Tier. Entry fee $15, turn-in 1:30 PM. County State Park CCO Held at #1 West Lake Rd. 8753 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page 20 Terlingua Trails August 2008
cookoff next day. Contact Lee Cook 631-2626. Camping Available. CASI Chili Entry Fee: $20; Contact Lee Cook 631-2626. email@example.com. free tickets for the concert. So your not a member
RV parking no hookups. firstname.lastname@example.org. Turn In Time: 1:00 PM MT. For information See cookoff previous night. yet, join that day and you will be. This should be a
contact: Paul Mulkey 575-390-6184 or Kathy good time for an all day event. Kinda like front roll
Sep 27, 2008-001 - Columbus NM CASI. Pancho Hulme 575-390-6675 *New Mexico Health & Sep 27, 2008-005 - Cabot AR CASI. Greystone 2nd pole. If you need electric please let me know. There
Villa’s Last Chance CCO This CCO is held at the Environmental Inspections Possible* annual Chili Cookoff Held on Hwy 5 from Cabot are no electrical hookups where we will be camping.
South end of the Pancho Villa State Park. RV to he Greystone Development. Entry fee $20 turn- CASI chili $20.00 Beans $10. FMI: SAMMIE 325
hookups and shelters are available at current park Sep 27, 2008-003 - Lizton IN CASI. Last Chance in 1 PM. Make checks to Greystone Communities. 656-8299
fee rates on a “first come, first served” basis. Chili Cookoff. Held at Lizton Lions Club Park; S. Benefits Arkansas Childrens Hospital. Golf
Limited local lodging is available at Martha’s Bed Cherry Street & US 136/W. Main. sponosred by Tournament Friday the 26th of September Sep 28, 2008-001 - Columbus NM CASI. Pancho
& Breakfast 575-531-2467 or Hacienda De Villa Lizton Lions Club. Registration from 8-9am. benefitting Arkansas Childrens Hospital. Contact Villa’s 2nd Last Chance CCO This CCO is held at
575-531-1000. Cook’s pot luck Friday evening. Cook’s meeting at 9am. CASI Turn-in at 12:30pm. Bo Prewitt 9 Nicole Ct, N Little Rock AR 72118. the South end of the Pancho Villa State Park. RV
US Passports will be required for entry into Palomas, Chili Categories are CASI, Police/Fire, Lions Club, hookups and shelters are availalbe at current park
Mexico and re- entry into the US. Entry fee $18 Anything Goes. CASI $20, all other categories $10 Sep 27, 2008-006 - San Angelo TX CASI. 13th fee rates on a “first come, first served” basis. US
turn-in 2 PM. Make checks payable to NMCS. Info or 1/2 price w/CASI entry. In addition there will be Annual Cookin For Hospice Cancelled. Passports will be required for entry into Palomas,
Bud Barrick 575-382- 5107. a Dessert Contest. Entry fee is $10 for the Desert Mexico and re-entry into the US. Entry fee $18,
email@example.com. Contest For information or to register contact Sep 27, 2008-007 - Goldthwaite TX CASI. Last turn-in Noon. Make checks payable to NMCS
liztonlastchance@yahoo .com. Web: Point Shootout Cookoff. Benefiting Goldthwaite Contact Bud Barrick 575-382-5107.
Sep 27, 2008-002 - Hobbs NM CASI. United Way www.lastchancechili.com Volunteer Fire Dept. Held behind the Fire Station, firstname.lastname@example.org. Benefits Friends of
Chili Festival at Lea County Event Center, next to 75 US Hwy 183 South. Entry fee CASI $18, Local Pancho Villa Park. GROUND MEAT ONLY.
Zia Park Raceway and Casino. Casino Tour Friday Sep 27, 2008-004 - Wichita Falls TX CASI. chili $15,turn-in 2 PM. Kids Chili $10, turn-in
and Saturday Evening; Live Music; Auction, 50/50, FallsFest Chili Cookoff. Held at Lucy Park. Entry Noon. 50/50 Beans $10, turn-in Noon. Peoples Sep 28, 2008-002 - Hobbs NM CASI. Last Chance
Large Craft Show on Site; RV Hook-ups and Dry fee $20 turn in 2 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. RV Choice. Silent auction and raffle. Ugly boot contest Chili Cookoff. Held at Lea County Event Center,
parking no hookups. Benefits Miracle League. and crazy hat contest. Get the kids involved, cooks next to Zia Park Raceway and Casino. Benefits:
supply stove meat, recipe, spices and entry fee. Eagles Lodge Christmas Shopping Spree For Needy
Bring chili for peoples choice. RV parking no Children. CASI Chili Entry Fee: $20; Turn In
hookups. Goody bags for first 25 to register. Friday Time: 12:00 PM MT. For information contact
night cooks party, cooks supply desserts. Contact Paul Mulkey 575-390-6184 or Kathy Hulme 575-
Big Jim McCraw 325-648 2676, 817-229-4449 390-6675 *New Mexico Health & Environment
cell. Email email@example.com. See cookoff next Inspections Possible*
Sep 28, 2008-003 - San Angelo TX CASI. SACA
Sep 27, 2008-008 - Mineral Wells TX CASI. Sons POD Chili Off last Chance Chili Cookoff. Held at
of American Legion BBQ & Chili CCO. Held at 204 E. Ave L. For the San Angelo Cookers
American Legion Post 75, 75 American Legion Association. Chili $20.00, turn-in Noon. Make
DR, Mineral Wells, TX 76067. From the checks payable to SACA Pod. For info contact
intersection of Hwy 180 (Hubbard ST.) and Hwy Sammie Plant 325-952- 8299, 325-952-2934.
281 (Oak Ave.) travel west on 180 to the west city
park turn right on American Legion DR. Benefits Sep 28, 2008-004 - Goldthwaite TX CASI.
Charities of the Sons of the American Legion. Goldthwaite VFD Cookoff. Held behind the Fire
Entry fee $18, turn-in 2 PM. Other Categories Station at 75 US Hwy 183 South. Benefits the CASI
include Jackpot Pinto Beans $10 100% pay back, Scholarship Fund. Entry fee $18, turn-in 1 PM. See
Pork Spare Ribs, Beef Brisket, « Jointed Chicken cookoff previous day. Contact Big Jim McCraw
$18.00 each category or all three BBQ Categories 325-648-2676, cell 817-229-4449.
for $50.00. Other turn in times include Jackpot firstname.lastname@example.org.
beans 11:00 AM, Chicken 12:00 PM, Ribs 1:00
PM, and All Chili and Brisket at 2:00. Contact Sep 28, 2008-005 - Garland TX CASI. Garland Elks
Roger Hensley: PO Box 1661, Mineral Wells, TX 2008 Last Chance CCO Chili 1st place will be a
76068 Contact Phone Numbers: 940-325-3048 or painted stove. Held at Garland Duck Creek Lodge,
817-357- 2574. Leave message or voicemail. 3825 Duck Creek Drive. Ok here it is for the Dallas
area. Last chance cook off for those of you that still
Sep 27, 2008-009 - Fort Stockton TX CASI. 2nd want to go to Terlingua. No frills, GRIND ONLY
Annual Chili & BBQ Cookoff Wine and Music just cook and turn in and hope you are one of the
Festival. Held at the Fiesta Ball Room, 1-10 E. US lucky 10 to get points. Chili entry $18 with noon
285. BBQ WTBA rules, 50% payback, Grand turn in. Lots of RV parking with hook ups (water
Champion $500. A Texas National Brisket & electric) 1st come 1st serve. No Rain promised.
Championship. Cowboy Up for CASA. CASI and Make check payable to Garland Elks Lodge,for
Open chili $20, turn-in 2 PM. Beans $10, turn-in their many charities. Info contact Dave Hewlett
11 AM. BBQ $20 each category or $50 for all. 214-695-3806. davehewlett @msn.com.
Chicken turn-in Noon. Pork Ribs 1 PM, Brisket 3
PM. Arts & crafts booths available for 9/26 thru Sep 28, 2008-006 - Ft Stockton TX CASI. Sunday
9/28 for $35. Cooks appreciation dinner on Friday Ft Stockton Cookoff. Held at Fiesta Ball Room, 1-
night 7 to 9 PM. Gate proceeds to benefits CASA 10 E. US 285. Entry fee $20 turn-in Noon. Contact
$10 per person per day. Children 12 free. Featured Mark Schultz 432- 940-7869. See cookoff previous
bands, Electric Cowboy on 9/26, 8 to 12 PM. The day. Charity TBD.
Shades 9/27, 8 to 1 AM. Contact Mark Schultz 432-
940-7869. See cookoff next day. Sep 28, 2008-007 - Dallas TX CASI. State Fair of
Texas Chili CCO. Enter Lagow Gate from Fitzhugh
Sep 27, 2008-010 - Dickinson TX CASI. Almost Ave cooking area on parking lot by livestock barn.
Last Chance Cookoff Held at The Spishocks home Benefits Creative Arts Dept. Entry fee $15 turn-
at 5605 Jeffery. Plents of RV parking, no hookups. in 1 PM. Must have coleman pump up stove, no
Contact Chuck 281-802-7034, or Dorothy 713- propane allowed. Fire extinguisher required. Meat
724-4059. Details to follow. See cookoff next day. must be brought into fair in cooled ice chests. Free
fair entry to contestants. Make checks payable to
Sep 27, 2008-011 - San Angelo TX CASI. Lone Creative Arts Dept. Contact Creative Arts Dept,
Star Music Fest & Chili CCO. Location is Neff’s P.O. Box 150009, Dallas TX 75315 214-421-
Park between S. Chadbourne and S. Oakes on the 8744. No public tasting. No cooking on grass. No
river behind the River Stage. Fantasic trophies. All overnight camping.
CASI paid members (that are cooking) will be given
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 21
Held in downtown historic DeLand on East Indiana YCS. RV parking no hookups. Cook where you
Avenue 11 AM to 4 PM. Cooks may set up at 7 AM. camp. Standard Health Department Rules For info
Live music, arts & craft vendors, and supervised contact Jerry Lee at email@example.com or
kid’s zone. Local celebrity judges for both Open 623- 388-9748
and CASI contests. Cooks may enter both: $20 for
either or $30 for both. Open turn-in 1 PM. CASI Oct 4, 2008-012 - Congress AZ CASI. Arizona
turn-in 2 PM. Cooks party 5 to 8 PM on Friday at State Men’s Open Chili Championship. Automatic
local pub. Please bring plenty of throw-down chili qualifier for TICC. Cook off site is just south of US
for public tasting at 11 A.M Benefits West Volusia 71 on Santa Fe Rd. This CASI Sanctioned CCO will
Historical Society and MainStreet DeLand Assn benefit Wickenburg Healthcare Alliance dba
Cooks entry forms and everything else you need to Congress Health Council. Peoples choice chili
know is on website: www.greatbowlsofchilicook starting at 11:00 Red turn in at 2:00 Entry fee $15.
off.com. Contact Sally Bohon at Make checks payable to YCS. RV parking no
SalBohon@AOL.com 386-736-9494 or Candace hookups. Cook where you camp. Standard Health
Knight Arevalo at 561-795- 5888, Department Rules. For info contact Jerry Lee at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Make checks payable email@example.com 623-388- 9748
Oct 4, 2008-013 - Dubugue IA CASI. Tri States
Oct 4, 2008-008 - Paris TX CASI. George Robinson Largest Chili Cookoff. Tri States Largest Chili
Memorial Cookoff. Held at Paris/Lamar County Cook Off Downtown Dubuque at Cable Car Square
Fair Grounds. From No. Main St. turn East on 4th and Bluff. Benefits: Maria House of Dubuque.
Hickory St. and go 1/4 mile to gate with cookoff Turn in times, CASI chili: 12:30, Junior chili 1 PM,
sign. Entry fee $20 turn-in 1 PM. Make checks Salsa Noon, Open and business chili 1 PM. Fees
payable to charity: Red River Valley Fair Assn. CASI chili $20, Open & Business $15, Junior $10,
Contact Tim Masters 570 E Center St, Paris TX Salsa $5. Make check payable to Cable Car Square
75460. 903-785-7971. Association. Contact Teri Connely 63 Carter
Court East Dubuque, IL 61025 (yes that is Illinois)
Oct 4, 2008-009 - Ft Wayne IN CASI. Ft Wayne 815 747-2904 or Cell 563-599-5358
Chilifest. Held at Headwaters Park, 333 S Clinton.
Benefits American Cancer Society. Entry fee $25, Oct 4, 2008-014 - Bandera TX CASI. First Chance
turn-in CASI Noon. Chilifestfortwayne.com open for Points Pod Cook-off at Pioneer River Resort
divisions: Red, White, Verde. Salsa, Sshowmanship. Hwy 173 and 1202 Maple St. Hosted by Alamo
Make shecks payable to Chilifest. Contact Bob Area Pod. Friday night cooks field trip to the 11th
Anweiler, 618 Professional Park, New Haven IN Street Bar. Saturday CHILI GRIND ONLY, Entry
46774. 260-418-2170. $20.00, Turn In 2:00. Contact Pioneer River
firstname.lastname@example.org. Resort for Reservations (866) 371- 3751, or
Jennifer Lee for cook- off information (210) 722-
Oct 4, 2008-010 - Edgewater CO CASI. Chili 2227. An Alamo Area Pod Cook-off, cook- off
“Near” the Lake CCO. Join us in quaint Edgewater, Sunday same location.
Colorado for a day of chili and music...This event
will feature CASI red, Green and salsa... Awards for Oct 5, 2008-001 - Austin TX CASI. 2nd Points for
the top 10 red, top 3 green and top 3 salsa. Fee is Sight/Sot Pod Details to follow. Contact Sue or
$15 for first category and $5 for each additional John Caffey 512-446-2364. email@example.com.
category. Checks should be made payable to
Colorado Chili Pod and sent to the following: Oct 5, 2008-002 - Tomball TX CASI. Day After
Sep 28, 2008-008 - Cooleemee NC CASI. Water St. Entry fee $18 turn-in 2 PM. CHILI
Colorado Chili Pod, 1670 Broadway #3000, Denver, Piney Wood Pod Details to follow. Earl Gorhum
Cooleemee Heritage Day CCO. Held in Historic GRIND ONLY. BBQ Ribs & Chicken contest.
CO 80202. For further information please contact 936-447-1060. Entry fee $20 turn in 1 PM.
Cooleemee at the Zachary House, 131 Church St. Peoples Choice chili. Benefits PACE, Santa Clause
John Montgomery @ 303-831-5061.
Entry fee $20 turn-in Noon. For the Cooleemee Parade. Make checks payable to PACE. Contact
Oct 5, 2008-003 - Geronimo TX CASI. Geronimo
Civitans. Make checks payable to Piedmont Pepper Lyle Cunningham 3126 E Cedar Hills Dr Chillicothe
Oct 4, 2008-011 - Congress AZ CASI. Arizona VFW Post 8456 Annual Chili Cook-Off and Jackpot
Pod. Contact Mike “Bubba” Williams 336-284- IL 61548. 309-579- 2187, cell 309-696-3280.
State Women’s Open Chili Championship. Bean competition, 6808 North State Highway
4567. Bubba@ncchili.com. visit www.ncchili.com
Automatic qualifier for TICC. Cook off site is just 123, 5 miles north of Seguin. $20 entry fee, 1 PM
for more information Oct 4, 2008-004 - Tomball TX CASI. 9th Annual
south of US 71 on Santa Fe Rd. This CASI Sanctioned turn- in time. Jackpot Beans 50/50 payback turn
Piney Woods Pod Details to follow. Earl Gorhum
CCO Will benefit the Congress Senior Citizens, in at noon. Benefits the local scholarship fund.
Sep 28, 2008-009 - Dickinson TX CASI. Almost 936-447-1060. Entry fee $20 turn- in 2 PM.
Inc. Peoples choice chili starting at 11:00 Red turn RVs, campers, and tents welcomed. No hook-ups.
Sunday Last Chance CCO.. Held at the Spishocks
in at 1:00 Entry fee $15. Make checks payable to
home, 5605 Jeffery. Plenty of RV parking no Oct 4, 2008-005 - Geronimo TX CASI. Geronimo
hookups. Contact Chuck 281-802- 7034 or Memorial VFW Post 8456 Annual Chili Cook-Off
Dorothy 713-724-4059. Details to follow. and Jackpot Beans competition, 6808 State
Highway 123, 5 miles north of Seguin TX. $20
Sep 30, 2008-001 - Dickinson TX CASI. Last entry fee, 1 PM turn in. Beans $10.00 50/50 “It’s All About The Meat, BABY!”
Chance Cookoff. Held at Spishocks home at 5605 payback turn in noon. Benefits the VFW Military
Jeffery. Plenty of RV parking no hookups. Details Assistance Program. Spend the weekend with us. written by CASI member and award winning competition cook Keith Mumaw,
to follow. Info Chuck 281-802-7034 or Dorothy RVs,campers, and tents welcomed. No hook-ups. is devoted almost entirely to the meat itself. Keith covers topics such as cooking
713- 724-4059. Silent auction and Free dance at 8 PM. Local
contact Bill Owen, (830) 303-9903, methods, spice blending and custom marinades just for meat. You’ll get recipes
Oct 4, 2008-001 - Austin TX CASI. lst Points for firstname.lastname@example.org. See cookoff next day.
Sight/Sot Pod Entry fee $18 turn-in 2 PM. For the
for chicken, pork, beef, fish, Cabrito and wild game such as venison, quail,
Austin Lions Sight. Details to follow. Sue/John Oct 4, 2008-006 - Irving TX CASI. Veterans turkey, duck and geese. There’s even a chapter on making sausage. With over
Caffey 512- 446-2364. email@example.com. Memorial CCO Held at VFW Post 2494. Entry fee
Make checks payable to ALSCC. $20 turn-in 2 PM. Make checks payable to VFW 80 recipes along with a chapter on wine pairing that’s sure to impress your
2494. Contact Margaret Hobbs 972-513-0593
dinner guests. ORDER NOW!
Oct 4, 2008-002 - Houston TX CASI. Texas State email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Chili Cancelled.
Oct 4, 2008-007 - DeLand FL CASI. Florida State
Oct 4, 2008-003 - Peoria IL CASI. Chillin’ On The Open Championship 7th Annual Great Bowls of Send $9.95 plus $2.00 S&H to KRM Publications, 212 Lynge, Allen, Texas
River. In conjunction with a two day event called Fire Chili Cookoff. Top 3 chili 1st place 75013 www.grillinandsizzlin.com/themeat.htm
“Ribbin’ on the River Ribfest”. Held at 200 NE showmanship automatically qualify for TICC 2009.
Page 22 Terlingua Trails August 2008
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 23
Proud Sponsor of the
CASI Terlingua International
Local contact Bill Owen (830) 303-9903, email Party Friday night. Chili Turn-in 2:00 pm. per night, $2 sewage disposal available. Chili entry Oct 18, 2008-002 - Cleburne TX CASI. Cleburne
email@example.com Details to follow. Pioneer RV Resort 830-796- fee $25, turn-in 2 PM. Benefits the Handicapable Elks Lodge #811 Fall Chili Cookoff. Cooks party
3751 Or Kim Hiley 210-286-4275, Peru. Car & Tractor Show. Music by Swamp Water Friday night. Entry fee $20 chili CHILI GRIND
Oct 5, 2008-004 - Bandera TX CASI. First Chance for firstname.lastname@example.org Stompers, Blue Grass Buddies. Special Olympics. ONLY. CASI and Elks division. Turn-in 2 PM.
Points Day 2 Held at Pioneer River Resort Hwy 173 Registration see www.handicapableperu.com for Jackpot Beans $5 turn-in Noon. Silent Auction.
and 1202 Maple St. 866-371- 3751. Hosted by Alamo Oct 11, 2008-005 - Cedar Hill TX CASI. Country registration and information. Contact Mike Hines Saturday day morning breakfast 7-9 AM. Live band
Area Pod. Friday night cooks field trip to the 11th Day of the Hill Cookoff. Chili Grind Only 765-473-6787. Saturday night, cover charge. Held at Hwy 67 & FM
Street Bar. Sunday CHILI GRIND ONLY. Entry $20.00 Entry - Payable to Country Day on the 1434. Lodge phone 817-645-9079 Jerry Brown
$20.00, Turn In 1:00. Contact Pioneer River Resort Hill 2:00 PM Turn-in. Benefits to Cedar Hill Oct 12, 2008-001 - Whitney TX CASI. Whitney 817-645-6117 email@example.com Free RV
for Reservations (866) 371-3751, or Jennifer Lee for Food Pantry. Held in old downtown Cedar Hill Thousand Trails CCO. Held 5 miles north of hookups, first come first served.
cook-off information (210) 722-2227. An Alamo on Cedar Street behind Phillips Lumber Whitney on FM 933. Charity TBD. Entry fee $18
Area Pod Cook- off, cook-off Saturday same location. Company. Directions: Beltline Road West from turn-in Noon. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Pot luck Oct 18, 2008-003 - Ponder TX CASI. Riding
Hwy 67S into downtown Cedar Hill past Broad Saturday night. Free RV hook-ups Saturday and Unlimited Barn Bash Chili Cookoff. Held at 9168
Oct 11, 2008-001 - Midland TX CASI. 8th Annual Street and RR tracks, left on Roberts and left on Sunday. See Saturday cook-off ad for the 11TH. T.N. Skiles Rd. Closest intersection: Hwy 156 &
Breast Cancer Awareness Details to follow. Entry fee Cedar to cook- off site. Annual Country Day on Contact Darrell Baxter 972-262-4337, T.N. Skiles Rd. Entry fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. Junior
$25 turn-in 2 PM. Benefits Gift of Hope. CHILI the Hill Fair - Music, Food, Arts and Crafts, ddbaxter1@ sbcglobal.net. Make check payable to fee $5. Includes Junior & Peoples Choice Divisions.
GRIND ONLY. Contact Patsy Childress. 432-520- Games, Entertainment, etc., Starting at 9:00 Thousand Trails Pod. Benefits Riding Unlimited Therapeutic Riding.
4433 or 432-425-4473 patsy@t3wireless .com. AM and ending at 6:00 PM. Contact: Dick CHILI GRIND ONLY. $15 entry fee if registered
Woodward 214-695-4611 woodwards@ Oct 12, 2008-002 - Bandera TX CASI. Day After prior to September 15th. Contact Mary Gwinner,
Oct 11, 2008-002 - Whitney TX CASI. Whitney sbcglobal.net. 4 Fall Fest Cookoff. Pioneer RV Resort, Bandera, 9168 T.N. Skiles Rd, Ponder TX 76259.
Thousand Trails CCO. Held 5 miles north of Whitney TX. Turn-in at 1:00 pm. Details to follow. Pioneer firstname.lastname@example.org. 940-479- 2016.
on FM 933. Benefits Christmas for Children. Entry Oct 11, 2008-006 - Homosassa FL CASI. RV Resort 830-796- 3751 or Kim Hiley 210-286-
fee $20 turn-in 1 PM. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Jackpot Southeast Chili Cookoff. Held at Natures RV 4275, email@example.com Oct 18, 2008-004 - Tulsa OK CASI. White Cane
beans $5, turn-in Noon. Pot Luck Dinner 6:30 Friday Resort on the waterfront. Entry fee $20, turn- Cookoff. Cancelled.
night. Bring your favorite dish and let’s party. Free in 2 PM. RV sites and Cabins available at special Oct 12, 2008-003 - Homosassa FL CASI. Sunshine
RV Hook-ups Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Make rates for Chili Cooks, call Frieda at 800- 301- State Chili Pod CCO. At Natures RV Campground Oct 18, 2008-005 - Grapevine TX CASI. Stop
checks payable to Thousand Trails. Info Darrell 7880 for reservation at the chili rate. 10359 W & Resort, 10359 W Halls River Road. Homosassa, Drop & Roll Chili Cookoff. Held at Bass Pro Shops,
Baxter 972-262-4337 email Halls River Road. Homosassa, FL 34448, http:/ FL 34448. RV sites and Cabins available at special 2501 Bass Pro Drive, located off TX 121, across
firstname.lastname@example.org. See cookoff next day. /www.naturesresortfla.com. Friday night cooks rates for Chili Cooks, call Frieda at 800-301-7880 from Grapevine Mills Mall. Entry fee $20 turn-in
party at the marina lounge. POD cookoff next for reservation at the chili rate. Entry fee $15, 2 PM. Chili Grind Only. Benefits WPI Firefighters
Oct 11, 2008-003 - Clear Lake/Kemah TX CASI. day same location. Great places to eat on the turn-in 1 PM. Contact Candace Knight-Arevalo Fund. See web site WWW.wpiff.org for info and
Kemah Pan Jam CCO. Held one block from Kemah water front such as The Margarita Bar & Grill, 561-795- 5888, email@example.com. See http:/ forms. Cooks party Friday night, live band. Benefits
Board Walk, 25 miles out of Houston toward Galveston. home of the 64 Oz margarita. Contact Candace /www.naturesresortfla.com injured firefight ers, their families and volunteer
Details to follow. Mayo Blair 713-686-4520 713- Knight-Arevalo email firstname.lastname@example.org fire departments. Register by 10/10/08 if you want
443-6040 cell. 561-795- 5888. Oct 18, 2008-001 - Bryan TX CASI. Brazos Valley to be next to your buddy. Contact Robin Williams,
Elks Lodge #859 3rd Annual Chili CCO. Details to 200 Greenleaf St. Ft Worth TX 76107. 817-870-
Oct 11, 2008-004 - Bandera TX CASI. Fall Fest Oct 11, 2008-007 - Peru IN CASI. Miami’s follow. Roger Schoppe 979-862- 7339. 8006 or 817-229-9750, robin.williams@ williams-
Cookoff. Pioneer RV Resort, Bandera, TX. Cook’s Hearland Cookoff. Held at Miami County email@example.com. edu. pyro.com.
Fairgrounds on Old B-31 North. Camping $20
Page 24 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Oct 18, 2008-006 - Crawford TX CASI. 1st Annual 87. Limit number of hook ups. $20/ night. Jackpot Oct 18, 2008-014 - Shelby NC CASI. The Art of Benefits Chamber of Commerce. Entry fee $18,
Chili & 9th Annual BBQ Cookoff. At the Crawford beans turn in at 12 noon, entry fee $5.00. Chili turn Chili Held in Beautiful downtown Shelby on the turn-in Noon. Contact Pat Timmons 432- 631-
Saddle Club & Rodeo Arena Located behind the in at 2 PM. Entry fee $18.00. CHILI GRIND Court Square. Entry fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. Benefits 5806. CHILI GRIND ONLY.
Tonkawa Falls Park. So come have a blast and add ONLY. There will be a cake auction and a 50/50 the Cleveland County Arts Council Make checks
to your new years points! There is going to be A pot. Payable to Concho Valley Chili Pod. Saturday payable to Piedmont Pepper Pod. Contact George Oct 25, 2008-003 - Omaha TX CASI. Omaha Fall
LOT going on, Lawn mower races, mutton bustin, night Potluck. This is a 2 day CCO. See Sunday’s Doggett 704-482-9995. www.ncchili.com Fest Chili Cookoff Held in downtown Omaha on
An Ugly truck contest 2 categories running & non- information. Info Janice Miller, 3214 Oak Mountain Senter Street. Entry fee $25 turn-in 4 PM. Benefits
running vendors,50/50 pinto beans, a BBQ COOK Trail, San Angelo, TX 76904, 325 947 8753 or Oct 19, 2008-001 - Bryan TX CASI. Sunday Omaha Chamber of Commerce. Make checks to
OFF and of course CHILI! Entry fee $20.00 Turn firstname.lastname@example.org. Brazos Valley Elks Lodge #859 3rd Annual Chili Omaha Chamber of Commerce. Contact Cheryl
in time 2 pm. Charity TBA. CHILI GRIND ONLY! Cookoff. Details to follow. Roger Schoppe Durrett 903-884-3600 0r
Plenty of RV parking No Hook ups! Lot’s of shade Oct 18, 2008-010 - Culpeper VA CASI. 7th email@example.com 979-862-7339. firstname.lastname@example.org.
trees! For more information and early entry forms CASINOVA Pod/Old House Chili CO Come and
for BBQ, please contact Donna Conrad @ enjoy the beauty of the Virginia Wine Country and Oct 19, 2008-002 - Cleburne TX CASI. Sunday Oct 25, 2008-004 - Santa Theresa NM CASI. 6th
Dangergail @aol.com, or 254-855-473. For more participate in the 7th annual Old House Chili Cook Elks Lodge # 811 Fall Chili Cookoff. Held at Hwy Annual War Eagles Air Museum CC Held at War
info on the chili cookoff please contact Diane off at Old House Vineyards, 18351 Corky’s Lane. 67 & FM 1434. Entry fee $18 turn-in 1 PM. CASI Eagles Air Museum, Santa Theresa Air Field exit I-
Stimson at Winksintexas@aol.com or 254-486- This is the CASINOVA Pod Cook-off. The colors and Elks division. Cooks party Friday night. Saturday 10 at Artcraft Road. follow Artcraft Road, traveling
9206. Make checks payable to Donna Conrad/ of fall are spectacular and the wines tasty. Shirt and morning breakfast 7-9 AM. Live band Saturday West. Look for the Museum signs. The Air Museum
Crawford Saddle Club See next day cook off logo wine glass for the first 20 participants. Contact night, cover charge. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Contact is located at the end of Artcraft Rd. Entry fee $18.
Dick DeiTos email@example.com. 703- 273-5075. Jerry Brown 817-645-9079 firstname.lastname@example.org. Turn-in 2 PM. Make check payable to New Mexico
Oct 18, 2008-007 - New Braunfels TX CASI. Entry fee $22, turn-in 2 PM. Make checks payable See cookoff previous day. Chili Society. Benefits War Eagles Air Museum
Fraternal Order of Canyon Men CCO. Held at to Casinova Pod. Benefits Museum of Culpeper Restoration Fund. Contact Joe Price 575-442-
Mountain Breeze Campground Entry fee $18, History. Oct 19, 2008-003 - Crawford TX CASI. Crawford 3313,email@example.com. Bud Barrick
turn-in 2 PM. For Fraternal Order of Canyon Men. Saddle Club & Rodeo & Rodeo Arena next day cook firstname.lastname@example.org 575-382-5107
General info 830-964-5555 or canyonmen.org, Oct 18, 2008-011 - Livingston TX CASI. Indian off, directly behind Tonkawa Park, off Hwys 317
RV & camping info 830-964-2484. Bob Walker. Springs VFD Annual Cookoff. Entry $20, Jackpot & 185. Turn in time NOON. Entry fee $18.00 Oct 25, 2008-005 - Flatonia TX CASI. Flatonia
Beans $10 50/50 1st place only. Gumbo $10, 50/ CHILI GRIND ONLY! For more information on Czhilispiel 36 Czhili CCO. Held on Mainstreet, off
Oct 18, 2008-008 - Kerens TX CASI. Kerens 50 1st place only. We are located 1 block off Hwy this or previous day cook off contact Dianne I-10. Entry fee $20, turn-in 2 PM. Make checks
Cotton Harvest Festival Held on wide main street 190 between Livingston & Woodville We will also Stimson email email@example.com or 254- payable to Flatonia Chamber of Commerce. Benefits
of Kerens you can drive directly to your spot. Entry have a Live Auction Friday night at 7pm. Contact 486- 9206 PLENTY of RV parking NO HOOK Flatonia EMS, Fire Depart, Flatonia Scholarships.
fee $20 turn-in 2 PM. Benefits Friends of Kerens Pat Quinlan. firstname.lastname@example.org. UPS! LOTS OF SHADE! So come on out have some Showmanship 11 to 1 PM. Entertainment El:Young
Library This will be our 4th Annual “Kerens fun and start adding to your points for the new year! Band, No Justice and Grateful Geezers. BBQ
Cotton Harvest Festival” The festival has always Oct 18, 2008-012 - Wabash IN CASI. Wabash Make checks payable to Donna Conrad. cookoff. Carnival, arts and crafts. Czhilispiel 36 is
been about raising funds to build a new library Cannonball CCO. Details to follow. Tonya Jester October 24th, 25th & 26th. Registration before
building. Thanks to CASI folks we have our new w w w . c h i l i f o r c h a r i t y . c o m . Oct 19, 2008-004 - Water Valley TX CASI. Fall October 13th is $20, after the 13th is $25. Contact
building and it is beautiful. Hope you come just to email@example.com. Festival Day 2 Day 2 of Fall Festival CCO, Benefits: Flatonia Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 610,
see what you helped build. Now, we have to finish Concho Valley Chili Pod Charities Location: Water Flatonia TX 78941. 361-865-3920, fax 361- 865-
paying & maintaining this wonderful center of our Oct 18, 2008-013 - Fayetteville AR CASI. Chili Valley Park located on South FM 2034 off of US 2451. Flatoniacofc@sbcglobal .net.
fair town. The Cotton Harvest Festival will once Bowl 2008. Held at Northwest Arkansas Mall 4201 Highway 87. Limit number of hook ups. $20/ night.
again have the children activities, the wonderful N Shiloh Dr. Benefits the National Fountation for Chili turn in at 12 noon Entry fee $18.00. CHILI Oct 26, 2008-001 - Cleburne TX CASI. Sunday
quilt show, horseshoe tournament, target shooting Brain Tumors. Entry fee $20 CASI, $5 Salsa, $5 GRIND ONLY. Payable to Concho Valley Chili Cleburne Elks Lodge #811 Date changed to October
tournament many displays of the cotton industry, Junior. Turn-in 1 PM. There should be a lot of Pod. Saturday night Potluck. This is a 2 day CCO. 19th.
plenty of arts and crafts and food booths. Lots of public, CASI cooks will also be entered in the local See Saturday’s information. Info: Janice Miller,
absolutely beautiful Texas October weather. You peoples choice division so cook plenty for turn- in 3214 Oak Mountain Trail, San Angelo, TX 76904, Oct 26, 2008-002 - Terlingua TX CASI. American
gotta come to this one. Contact Cindy Carnegie and taster kits. Cumulus Broadcasting is co- firstname.lastname@example.org. 325-947- 8753 Legion Cookoff Held at the American Legion
903-396- 2665. email@example.com. sponsoring this event along with the Chili Hawg about 60 miles south of Alpine on your way to
Pod of Northwest Arkansas. Info Joe Giles Oct 25, 2008-001 - Cleburne TX CASI. Cleburne Terlingua. Entry fee $20 turn-in Noon. Dorathy
Oct 18, 2008-009 - Water Valley TX CASI. Fall firstname.lastname@example.org 479-236-6125. Debbie Elks Lodge #811 Date changed to October 18th. Williams 432-371-2595. Benefits Legion Building
Festival Day 1 of Fall Festival CCO, Benefits: Greenlee email@example.com 479-248- Fund.
KLST Christmas Tree Location: Water Valley 1747. Oct 25, 2008-002 - Crane TX CASI. Road to
Park located on South FM 2034 off of US Highway Terlingua Held in Crane City Park, limited hookups.
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 25
Oct 28, 2008-001 - Terlingua TX CASI. Sotol Pod 1700' rope, over 350 tuggers, and more than a Nov 22, 2008-001 - Rowlett TX CASI. Twelfth Nov 29, 2008-001 - Waco TX CASI. H-E-B Waco
Cookoff. Held at the CASI site. Entry fee $20 turn- thousand spectators. The Tug transforms Annual Texas Holiday Chili-bration CCO. Benefits # 5 Held at 9100 Woodway Dr. More information
in 2 PM. There will once again be a Halloween Downtown Annapolis and Eastport with a festival- Amateur Community Theatre of Rowlett. Held in to follow when date gets close. Donna Conrad or
Costume Contest Tuesday night, first prize is like atmosphere that includes food vendors, the 3800 Block of Main St. Entry fee $20.00 CASI Dianne Stimson 254-486-9206. CHILI GRIND
$300. Dorathy Williams 432-371-2595. cheering crowds, all sorts of local color and of and Local Chili turn in 1:00 PM. Jackpot beans ONLY. Charity TBD. Entry fee $18, turn-in 2 PM.
course a chili cook-off. Set up near the Chart House Noon turn in entry fee $10.00. Make checks
Nov 1, 2008-001 - Terlingua TX Restaurant along 2nd St. Entry fee is $20 for CASI payable to ACT of Rowlett and mail to Tom Dec 6, 2008-001 - Eola TX CASI. Eola Historic
Red; turn-in 2 p.m. All CASI rules apply. $10 for Fulton, 3809 Main ST., Rowlett, TX 75088, 972- Schoolhouse CCO Benefit CCO: Benefits: Eola
CASI. Terlingua International Chili
Freestyle Chili; turn in is 3 p.m. There will be a $300 475-4330 Historic Schoolhouse: Location: Eola TX. Plenty
Cookoff. Held at Rancho CASI De cash prize for the winner of the Freestyle division. of Dry Camping available; Jackpot beans: turn in
Los Chisos. Must be qualified to Anyone competing in Freestyle must enter CASI Nov 22, 2008-002 - Marble Falls TX CASI. 2nd at 12 noon, entry fee $5.00. Chili turn in at 2 PM.
cook. Friday is National Scholar ship Red. Proceeds go to support: SPCA, Lighthouse Annual Lake Country Lanes CCO Held at Lake Entry fee $18.00. CHILI GRIND ONLY. There
Shelter, Reading is Fundamental and other local Country Lanes 2 miles North of Marble Falls on the will be a cake auction and a 50/50 pot. Payable to
Day competition Beans, Salsa Hot charities. firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-878-7999. left. Come and support our corporate sponsor, Concho Valley Chili Pod. Saturday night Concho
Wings open to the public. Public Make checks payable to Mason Dixon Pod. Lake Country Lanes on their 2nd annual CCO. LCL Valley Chili Pod Christmas Party held in the
may dry camp all week for $30 entry have a new bar, pool hall, washer pitching outdoors Schoolhouse. Meat will be furnished. Potluck for
Nov 8, 2008-003 - Pflugerville TX CASI. in a nice covered beer garden with tables, etc. the rest of the meal. This is a 2 day CCO. See
fee per person. Contact Alan Dean Pflugerville Pfall Chilipfest Held on Main Street in Cook’s party Fri night and discounts for cooks on Sunday’s information. Info Janice Miller, 3214
email@example.com phone 830- Downtown Pflugerville. Entry fee $18, turn-in 2 bowling etc. RV parking available. No reason to Oak Mountain Trail, San Angelo, TX 76904, 325-
868-4313. PM. Charity TBD. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Contact bring canopy, there is plenty of room in the new 947-8753 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warren McDonald 512-990-1997 H, 512-773- covered beer garden. Each cook will receive a ticket
8684 M. w.d.mcdonald@suddenlink. net. Dec 6, 2008-002 - San Angelo TX CASI. SACA
Nov 8, 2008-001 - Gladewater TX CASI. Gladewater for the cook’s raffle drawing. Turn-In 2 PM.
Pods Annual Toys for Tots Cookoff. Entry fee
KKUS-FM Cookoff. Held at Gladewater Rodeo CHILI GRIND ONLY. Entry fee $18 (unless you
Nov 15, 2008-001 - Denton TX CASI. Foxy Ladies $10.00 and 2 new toys. Salsa $10.00 (Fixed on
Grounds, on Hwy 80. Entry fee $20 turn-in 1 PM. cook Sat & Sun-entry fee $15 each day) See Cast
ENF Fundraiser CCO. Held at Elks Lodge, 228 E site) Beans $10.00 Open Dessert $10.00 (Fixed on
Should finish by 3 PM. Contact Chuck McKinley Off CCO on Sunday. Contact Donnie 830-693-
Oak. Entry fee $25, turn-in 2 PM. For the Elks site)Held at 204 E Ave L. FMI 325 656-8299
903-590- 1913. Benefits East Texas Food Bank. 4311, Ruby 830-693-3492 email@example.com. We
Sponsored by 1041 The Ranch KKUS-FM, Tyler, National Foundation. CHILI GRIND ONLY. Cooks had a lot of fun cooking together in the beer garden
party Friday night, breakfast Saturday morning. Dec 6, 2008-003 - Golden CO CASI. 8th Annual
TX. Paypal paying online by October. last year. Come join us this year. LCL is non-
Turn-in Beans at Noon. See cookoff next day. Downtown Golden and Colorado Chili Pod Chili
smoking except in the main bar. Benefits Highland
Contact Delora Goin 940-230-3238, email cookoff. Held along Washington Street in
Nov 8, 2008-002 - Annapolis MD CASI. 4th Lakes Chili Pod.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Terrissa Johnson 940- downtown Golden. Benefits various Golden area
Annual Heat by the Harbor CCO Held along 2nd St
391-6626. charities. $15 for red or green, Additional $10 for
in front of the Charter House. Once a year, local Nov 23, 2008-001 - Marble Falls TX CASI. Cast
green when already entering & red division. Checks
and national attention focuses on the Annapolis Off Cookoff. At Lake Country Lanes-2 miles
Nov 16, 2008-001 - Denton TX CASI. Denton payable to Colorado Chili Pod c/o John
Harbor or, as we like to call it, the Gulf of Eastport north of Marble Falls on left. Entry fee $15 turn-
Lady Elks Cookoff. Held at Elks Lodge, 228 E Oak. Montgomery, 1670 Broadway, Suite 3000, Denver,
for competition unlike any in the world: the in 1 pm. Chili Grind only. Cast-off trophies &
Entry fee $20, turn-in 1 PM. CHILI GRIND CO 80202. For information, please contact John
Slaughter Across the Water. It is the longest tug of goodies. Free raffle drawing for all cooks. See LCL
ONLY. Contact Delora Goin 940-230-3238 email Montgomery 303-831- 5061
war over a body of water in the world. The Tug is CCO on Sat. Contact Tom Cook 512/769-0679 or
staged between the Maritime Republic of Eastport, deloragoin @hotmail.com. Terrissa Johnson 940- Ruby Ross email@example.com 830/699-3492. Looking
the MRE, and Downtown Annapolis, featuring a 391-6626. forward to seeing you in Marble Falls.
For more Upcoming Cook-offs,
Hill Country Software & Support
4 Green Cedar Road - Boerne, Texas 78006-7929 - 800-422-1982
Jim, Shirley, Elisabeth & Will Stateczny
Computer Software for County, City & Tribal Government
Proud Sponsor of CASI
And the CASI Scholarship Program
Page 26 Terlingua Trails August 2008
Free Quarter Page Ad Advertising Rate Schedule-Effective 01/01/2003
to CASI Pods, State, Regional and Full Page 10" X 12 3/4" - $250.00
1/2 Page 5" X 12 3/4" - $130.00
International Opens 1/2 page 10" X 6 1/4" - $130.00
1/4 Page 5" X 6 1/4" - $90.00
1/8 Page 5" X 3" - $60.00
As a CASI Pod you are required to put on a pod cookoff Bottom Banner 10” X 3” - $90.00
once a year. To help you advertise your pod cookoff we allow Business Card - $40.00
each pod to place one quarter page ad in the Terlingua Trails, Classifieds - $40 - 2 inch - 3 Months
each year, free of charge. This ad should run the month before All Prices Are For Camera Ready Ads (.jpg)
your cookoff occurs. Should you decide that you need an ad Multiple Month Ads:
larger than a quarter page we will simply bill you for the difference 3 to 5 month running ad, 15% discount per month
in price. This ad should not be confused with the article 6 to 11 month running ad, 20% discount per month
12 months or more, 25% discount per month
advertising your cookoff in the "Cooking with CASI Calendar"
section in the Terlingua Trails. That article will start to run as soon Send ads to
as you request your cookoff packet and will run until your Doug "Bucky" Seelig
Send ads to Doug "Bucky" Seelig
Ralph Hay - Old 320 Alcalde
2505 Easy Street
Pasadena, Texas 77502-3234
Jim Stateczny - Computer and Financial Services
Green Cedar Road
Boerne, Texas 78006-7929
Support Our Troops Work: (830)537-4381
August 2008 Terlingua Trails Page 27
2007/2008 CASI Board of Directors CASI - Chili Appreciation Society International - Membership Application
(New Member) - (Renewal Member) - (Corporate Member) - Circle One
Jim Ezell - President / Sponsorship Mail form and membership fee to CASI - P.O. BOX 841-COMFORT, TX 78013-0841
3987 Hwy 79 South
Wichita Falls, Texas 76310 Individual Membership: North American Annual Dues are $15.00
Cell (214)392-3499 (US, US Protectorates, Canada and Mexico), International Annual Dues are $30.00
E-mail: JEzell8642@aol.com Lifetime Dues are $225.00 (Not available to our International Members)
Renee Moore - 1st Vice President / Articles Editor Corporate Annual Dues are $100.00 US.
PO Box 5834 Please Print Clearly
Gulf Shores, Alabama 36547-5834
Work: (251)968-1125 Name: ______________________________________________ Your CASI No.____________
Cell: (251)228-0807 (For Corporate Memberships - Owner Name) (Renewals Only)
Bill Pierson - 2nd Vice President/Tallymaster Corporate/Business Name: ________________________________________________________
P.O. Box 727 (Corporate Membership Only - List as you wish on your Plaque)
Bativia, Illinois 60510-0727
Home: (630)879-7934 Chili Team Name: __________________________________ Occupation: ___________________
Alan Dean - Executive Director Street Address or PO Box: __________________________ Telephone No:)(____)____________
112 Leaning Oak Circle
Johnson City, Texas 78636
City, State, Zip+4: ______________________________ E-Mail: __________________________
Garnier Albus -Treasurer
P O Box 123
Upcoming Cookoff Information Sheet
Amarillo, TX 79105-0123
Home: (806)353-0500 FILL OUT AND MAIL TO: CASI Upcomings - PO Box 39 - Terlingua, Texas 79852-0039
Cell: (806)679-1952 Please list the following Upcoming Cookoff in the Terlingua Trails. Phone 432-371-2899
or Fax 1-888-227-4468
Ed Blair - Secretary
5122 Autumn Forest Dr
Houston, TX 77091-5004
Date and City: ________________________________________________________________
(713) 686-4520 Home
Cell: 832-567-5558 Cookoff Name:________________________________________________________________
John Goforth -Membership Street Address/Location:_________________________________________________________
P.O. Box 841
Comfort, TX 78013-0841 ___________________________________________________________________________
CASI Sanctioned: _______ Charity: _______________________________________________
Tim Collier - Ranch Manager, Rancho CASI de los Chisos
3300 County Road 461
Snyder, TX 79549 Turn-in Time: ___________________ Entry Fee:_____________________________________
Cell: (325)575-8282 Checks Payable to: _____________________________________________________________
Information Contact: ____________________________________________________________
Ken Rodd - Chilicity/Public Relations
P.O. Box 2037
Manchaca, TX 78652
Contact Address: ______________________________________________________________
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Phone Number:__________________________________________________________
Dorathy Williams - Upcomings
PO Box 39 Preregistration Deadline (If Applicable): __________________ Special Meat: _______________
Terlingua, TX 79852-0039
Upcomings: Phone or Fax 1-888-CASI-HOT Mail Judging Packet to: _________________________________________________________
Doug (Bucky) Seelig-Terlingua Trails
P.O. Box 859 Need Rule Book: (Yes) or (No) Chili Grind Only: (Yes) or (No)
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624 Send _______ Boxes of Terlingua Trails - Each box contains 25 copies of the Terlingua Trails
Cell (512) 965-4564
or email@example.com Send me CASI Judging Cup Tickets (no charge): Yes No , approximate number of tickets: ______