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GAMMA PHI BETA HOSTS CHILI COOK-OFF FUNDRAISER
January 02, 2013
The California State University, Bakersfield chapter of Gamma Phi Beta will hold its first ever “Chili’n with the Gammies” chili cook-off fundraiser on Saturday, January 26, 2012 at 11:00 AM at Curran Middle School. All profits will benefit local Campfire USA and Girls on the Run councils. The event is open to the public.
Gamma Phi Beta is pleased to be hosting this chili cook-off event to benefit Campfire USA and Girls on the Run, both non-profit organizations that are dedicated to building strong girls through the ideas of leadership development and health or environmental education. Philanthropy chairwoman, Madison McKay said, “It’s really exciting to be doing something different for our fundraiser this year. We are expecting to raise more money for our non-profits than ever before!” Cash prizes will be given to the first, second, and third place teams for both the meat and vegetarian categories along with a cash prize for the winner of people’s choice award.
Chili aficionados are invited to register their team of up to 4 members by contacting Madison Mckay at M.Mckay@live.com. Entry fee is only $30 per team. Patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets pre-sale from any Gamma Phi Beta member, by contacting Madison Mckay at M.Mckay@live.com, or at the door. Adult taster tickets are $5, children under 12 are $3, for admittance to the event along with all-you-can-enjoy samples of chili.
For more information about CSUB please visit www.csub.edu. For more information about Gamma Phi Beta please visit www.gammaphibeta.org.
About Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority is a women’s organization headquartered in Centennial, Colorado consisting of more than 150,000 members. Gamma Phi Beta’s mission is to foster a nurturing environment that provides women the opportunity to achieve their potential through life-long commitment to intellectual growth, individual worth, and service to humanity. Delta Phi Chapter of Gamma phi Beta was chartered in April of 1983 at the California State University Bakersfield.