The Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center brought the Chili Cook-Off back to the Manchester Square this past Saturday after two years. This year’s event was hosted by the Advocacy Center and all proceeds went to help the work they do for children who are abused in Coffee County. The fall weather brought a strong crowd out for this year’s event and eighteen teams competing for one of three $500 prizes. This year, one lucky winner walked away with $1,000 because Hank Cord with the “Pumpkin Patch” chili team took both the Crowd Favorite award and Best Presentation. For Judges’ Choice, Judges, Brock, Jackson, Johnson, and Ledsinger picked the “Mad Cap’s” chili team led by Chef Josh Capozzoli. The Advocacy Center would like to thank all the teams that participated in this year’s event, everyone who came out to taste the chili for $5 and this year’s sponsors including Betty Dement, Respiratory at Home and Traders Bank along with Logan’s, Prescott Bottling, Ruby Tuesday’s and Cracker Barrel for product donations to help with the event.