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Helping Local Charities at the Annual Chili Open

Have fun and raise money for a great cause: helping Utah charities!
Terri Goldstein and Matthew Shaw say attending the 23rd Annual Chili Open is a great way to support your community. It's a signature service event that raises money for local charities. Since the first Chili Open in 1992, which raised $36,000, this event has now raised $4,100,000 all of which stay in our community to help our friends and neighbors that need us most.
This two-day, high-profile features a Gala and Silent Auction takes place on Friday, January 31, 2014 at the Little America and a Family Winter Festival, Golf Tournament and Charity 5K run on Saturday, February 1, 2014 at Historic Wheeler Farm.

This event is an opportunity for smaller, local charities to share the costs and benefits of producing two major fundraising events, which typically are too labor intensive for organizations with limited staff and resources. Proceeds benefit:
  • · Cancer Wellness House
  • · Carmen Pingree Center for Children with Autism
  • · People Helping People
  • · Reach Out & Read
  • · The Sharing Place
  • · Teen Challenge-New Hope House

Little America People who wish to attend the Gala Friday evening should call (801) 647-8622

Family Winter Festival/Golf Tournament
Family Winter Festival hours are 9:00AM to 1:00PM at Wheeler Historic Farm
· Tickets are: $25 for a family of four or more/$7 per person
· Golf: $20/person

5K Charity Race
· Race starts at: 10:00AM
· Race is chip-timed and is on a USTAF certified course
· Prizes will be awarded.
· Cost: $30 pre-registration via online registration until 10:00 PM Friday evening or $35 at the event

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