A talent show organized by Nancy McKenna, a seasonal town resident, featured Northern Lights Tribal Dancers from Sayulita, 10 year old Eduardo Bahena Parra, who serenaded us with La Mochila Azul, the now infamous Chili Pepper Eating Contest and 3 Dancing Horses. The Dancing Horses stole the show!
The voting for the best Chili was conducted via a popular vote with each attendee
having their say. The selection process was a difficult one with 10 different and unique chilis from which to decide. After a 2.5 hour tasting process the following Chili Cookoff winners were announced –
Second Place – Linda Stone, who was sponsored by Tres Iguanas RV Park
Third Place – Lee-Ann Hough
This Benefit for The San Marcos Evangelista Church, raised $4662.00 pesos. To make it an even $5000.00 pesos donation, Galvan added the final touch of $338.00 pesos. The donation will be presented to Padre Pio at the next Fundraiser for the Church, which will be held on March 10th in the Town Plaza.
The Chili Cookoff was organized and sponsored by Galvan Real Estate and Services as part of its Social Responsibility Program. To read the details on the program, click here https://www.galvanrealestateandservices.com/about/social-responsibility/