St. Jude auction spokesperson Laura Hollingsworth (left) accepts a total of $2,894 from Bossier/Webster District Attorney Schuyler Marvin and DA Investigator Bobby Morgan following a $10 per plate fund-raising lunch Friday by the district attorney’s office. Brisket plates sold out in 30 minutes.
Karen Wise (left) and Amy Mealey stir up chili in the Motley Mealey Crue booth at the cook-off. The Mealey’s booth and chili boast a sign reading “2012 1st Place Winner.” Watch the Minden Press-Herald for this year’s winners.
Chili cooks Alex Collins (left) and Davidson O’Donnell stir their chili to keep it from sticking to the pail.
Molly McCann (left) and Macie Branch share chili Saturday at the cook-off at the Minden Civic Center. Tasters could purchase cups for $5 and test chili by any of the challengers in the event.
Law enforcers and law makers were on-air during the St. Jude auction over the weekend. Webster Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Bobby Igo, III (from left), Chief Deputy Bobby Igo, Jr. and state Rep. Gene Reynolds check out auction items.