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Wednesday
Feb082017

The Winner Of The Smithtown Historical Society Chili/Chowder Bowl Contest Is

Chili / Chowder Bowl Contest

On Friday, February 3rd, the Smithtown Historical Society hosted its first Chili/Chowder Bowl Contest. The event was a huge success!

Food is always a large part of any social gathering. There were quite a few submissions this year and the event attracted almost 75 people.

Our esteemed judge, Bradley L. Harris, the president of the Smithtown Historical Society, selected the winners of the contest. Third place went to Gina Caspe, the runner-up was Meagan Gandolfo and first place winner was Marianne Howard. People’s Choice award was won unanimously by Gina Caspe of Nesconset. We congratulate all the winners and thank all participant for their contribution. A special thanks to Inge Sobel and Ruth Krowles for their contributions. We would also like to thank our Judge Bradley L. Harris. Among the participants were Eileen Caufield, Tom Hartick and board member, Kathy Tusa.

“We, at the Smithtown Historical Society work to preserve the historic properties in our town and we seek to expand and improve upon programs for both adults and children while sharing Smithtown’s rich history. All these activities require funding, and we have been fortunate enough to have the support of our wonderful friends and neighbors in Smithtown.”