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The next fundraising event for Storehouse for Jesus is Mocksville First United Methodist Church Missions Committee’s 16th annual Chili Cook Off ​Wednesday, March 14,​ at 5:30 ​p.m.​ in the church ​F​amily Life​​ ​Center. There ​will​ be at least 20 chili cooks competing in the ​following ​categories​:​ mild, medium, hot, miscellaneous, vegan, venison​ and​ poultry. ​Winners will receive a certificate and bragging rights.​ There will be a tossed salad​ with​ sides of sour cream, shredded cheese, Tostitos, cornbread, ​and ​crackers,​ as well as​ iced tea​ and ​coffee ​- ​and desserts galore? Master of ceremonies is Sgt​.​ Alana Geiger, DARE officer with the Davie Sheriffs Depar​t​ment. ​Judges are ​John Eller, Davie manager; Will Marklin, Mayor of Mocksville; and Ellen Drexler, clerk of court​. ​

Collins will present a short program and answer questions during the meal. ​ ​Joey Osborne, ​a Storehouse​ volunteer,​ is scheduled to play ​the ​piano as diners are served. ​All funds raised will go to Storehouse. Diners are encouraged to bring bags of non​-​perishable food items to help fill the shelves. Check to see if you have extra on your pantry shelves to share and help feed the hungry in our community.

First United Methodist Church holds Wednesday night meal fundraisers at the church throughout the year, with proceeds benefiting community non-profit organizations, such as A Storehouse For Jesus, Davie County Family Promise, Deep Roots Community Garden, Dragonfly House, and Just Hope.

The church delivers meals to the homeless through the WHEN Program and ​also ​t​​o Winston-Salem Hospice.​

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