Luetkemeyer, Wilson win chili cook-off categories

Don Norfleet/FULTON SUN photo: Jake Dill, a Fulton fireman, tries a sample of one of six chili entries Saturday during the annual Fulton Breakfast Optimist Club Chili Cook-off at the John Harris Community Center in Fulton. “They all tasted good to me. It was difficult to make a choice,” Dill said.

Don Norfleet/FULTON SUN photo: Jake Dill, a Fulton fireman, tries a sample of one of six chili entries Saturday during the annual Fulton Breakfast Optimist Club Chili Cook-off at the John Harris Community Center in Fulton. “They all tasted good to me. It was difficult to make a choice,” Dill said.

Kevin Luetkemeyer and Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Wilson were chosen as chili cook-off champions Saturday at the annual Fulton Breakfast Optimist Club Chili Cook-off.

Luetkemeyer won the Mild Chili category and Wilson was the Hot Chili category champion.

Landry Jones captured second place honors in the Mild category and Rebekah Hinnah finished second in the Hot category.

After sampling all six entries, Jake Dill, a Fulton fireman, said “They all tasted good to me. It was difficult to make a choice.”

The annual Breakfast Optimist Club Chili Cook-off was held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the John Harris Community Center in Fulton.

All proceeds from the chili competition benefits various youth projects sponsored by the Fulton Breakfast Optimist Club.

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