PHOTOS: James A. Tuttle Library in Antrim hosts chili cook-off

Amy Bartlett Mullahy, left, tied for second place with Fletcher Novotny, center. Winners Avery and Grayson Tommila are at right. 

Amy Bartlett Mullahy, left, tied for second place with Fletcher Novotny, center. Winners Avery and Grayson Tommila are at right.   COURTESY PHOTO BY JAMES A. TUTTLE LIBRARY 

Joe Mullahy, center, and Emerson Mullahy, left, sample chili.

Joe Mullahy, center, and Emerson Mullahy, left, sample chili. COURTESY PHOTO BY JAMES PANICO

A selection of chili at saturday’s chili cook-off in Antrim. 

A selection of chili at saturday’s chili cook-off in Antrim.  COURTESY PHOTO BY JAMES PANICO

Hazen Mullahy, left, reaches for some chili at Saturday’s cook-off at James A. Tuttle Library. 

Hazen Mullahy, left, reaches for some chili at Saturday’s cook-off at James A. Tuttle Library.  COURTESY PHOTO BY JAMES PANICO

Published: 02-05-2024 10:12 AM

Antrim’s James A. Tuttle Library hosted a community chili cook-off on Saturday. The winning pot of chili was made by Avery and Grayson Tommila. Amy Mullaly and Fletcher Novotny tied for second place. 

 

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