The Chili Cook-off Judges
Ralph Monforte, Tim Scanlon, Tom Sigle, Mayor Tom Dougherty and Robert Dubik.
The race would not go on without the continued support of:
Cazenovia Police Department, Madison County Sheriff's Department, Leone Timing, Mayor Tom Dougherty and the Village Board, the Cazenovia Town Council, Robert Dubik and the Cazenovia School District, CAVAC, race route residents and the road crews from the Town, Village and State.
Thanks to the 2011 Race Committee
The Chilly Chili 5k Run/Walk would not have first begun without the hard work and dedication of Keith Berger, Bianca Flikweert, Deanna McCay, Maureen Phillips, Carrie Salzman, Carolyn Sterritt, Bill & Denise Theiss and Larry Underriner.
The most notable thank you
Goes out to the 1,047 race registrants, who came out to support the 2011 Chilly Chili Run. We couldn't have done it without you!
Chilly Chili Race Director
Chili Cook-off/After Party Director
CCH Executive Director
CAP thanks Community Chest
To the editor:
The board and staff of Community Action Partnership for Madison County would like to thank the members and supporters of the United Community Chest of Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson for their years of commitment to the community and strong support of our mission.
Like CAP, the Community Chest is working hard to continue funding programs and services that make our community a better place to live. The Community Chest's dedicated support has assisted a number of CAP programs that make a real difference in the lives of individuals and families living in the Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson region-programs that keep people working, help families meet their basic needs and open doors for our youth.
CAP is just one of many community groups that benefit from your support. Your donation to the community chest not only makes a difference, but it makes a difference right here in your community. Thank you again to all of those who have continued to fund local community chests and the charitable organizations they support during these difficult economic times. Your support is needed and appreciated, now more than ever.
Executive Director, Madison County CAP