The Central Pennsylvania Humane Society (CPHS) announces the addition of Wings to its Chili Fest event on November 11, 2012 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Bavarian Aid Society in Altoona, PA. Tickets are available in advance for $10 each or $15 at the door. Admission for Veterans, EMS, Fire or Police remains $10 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society.
Proceeds from the CPHS Chili Fest & Wings will benefit the CPHS Police Department to purchase police radios, explained Joe Varner, Humane Society Police Officer. Our police vehicles radios will soon become obsolete as the local police departments transition to digital technology. Our goal from the Chili Fest & Wings is to raise the funds needed to replace our radios so we can best serve the community and the animals. Officers Varner and Gottshall encourage you to let your taste buds speak out for their favorite chili and wings for a worthy cause.
Chili Fest & Wings will include six celebrity judges as well as celebrity contestants from local radio and television. Trophies will be awarded to the top three chili and wing recipes, with one peoples choice award. Celebrity Masters of Ceremonies include Steve Kelsey of Froggy 98 and Tommy Edwards from Rocky 104.9 radio shows.
Entertainment for the evening features music provided by DJ The Music Jar. In true tailgate spirit, the CPHS Chili Fest & Wings also offers football on the big screen. In addition to the Chili and Wing tastings, a cash bar will be available. Raffles of gift certificates and great prizes round out your opportunities to help fund the CPHS Police while sampling great chili and wings.
Participants for the Chili Fest include Marzonis, Jacks Grubb Shack, Pizza Factory, Altoona Fire Department, Greenwood Steak House, and Jim Ott. Wing tastings will be offered by Mama Randazzos, Jacks Grubb Shack, Irvins on Main, AJs Front Street Deli, The Belmar and Mike Daversa.
The Central Pennsylvania Humane Societys Mission is to prevent animal neglect and cruelty through education and enforcement while providing a safe haven and finding forever homes for those in need.
For more information on sponsorships, tickets or to be a contestant at the Chili Fest & Wings, contact CPHS Police Officers Joe Varner or Paul Gottshall at 814-942-3780 or firstname.lastname@example.org.