Lions Club Holds Capitol City Chili Cook Off

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By Alabama News Network

There's a new winner in the annual Capital City Chili Cook Off.

More than 30 different vendors brought samples of their chili today for a group of judges including Alabama News Networks' Jeff Sanders.

In the end Wintzell's Oyster House came out on top for the restaurant division.

Dozier Farms took home the amateur title.

Tickets cost $10 at the door and all that money will go to help the montgomery lions club and its community outreach programs.

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