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Chef Nicole from Cactus Jack's shows how to prepare chili topped with avocado salsa and cotija cheese on WMUR-TV's Cook's Corner

18th Annual Henniker New Hampshire Chili Fest

The Henniker New Hampshire Rotary Club is saddened to announce that the 2020 Chili Festival has become a victim of the Covid 19 Virus and has been cancelled. Furthermore, it has been decided to cancel all future Chili Festivals.

It has been a great run and we appreciate and thank the many volunteers, sponsors, suppliers and attendees over the years, without you we could not have done it.

In the 18 years the Henniker Rotary has hosted Chili Fest, you have helped us raise and distribute over $200,000 to local, regional and international service and humanitarian causes. These include: scholarships to local high school students going on the college or trade schools, supporting local food pantries, libraries, fire safety projects, school organizations like DECA and Butler and Amey Brook Park beautification activities, installing new benches in Henniker's Community Park to celebrate the 250th celebration and supporting local non-profits, Senior Centers and cultural events.

As part of Rotary's worldwide mission, we have spearheaded efforts to bring Pure Water to Nicaragua and Honduras and worked alongside the Rotary International Foundation to eradicate Polio worldwide as well as helped fund disaster relief projects around the country.

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This video was created in 2011 and refers to the 2011 Chili Fest.

Proceeds from the annual Chili Fest support local, national and international projects sponsored by the Henniker Rotary Club and Rotary International.

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