The University of North Dakota’s Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 610 will hold its fourth annual chili cook-off from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 2, UND Armory (across from Twamley Hall on Centennial Drive).
Who: UND Air Force ROTC Detachment 610 chili cook-off teams of cadets, with special guests Grand Forks Air Force Base Commander Col. Timothy Bush, Dean of the College of Business & Public Administration Dennis Elbert (UND’s ROTC advisor), as well as several UND professors and local high school Civil Air Patrol cadets.
For the fourth year in a row, individual cadets and teams from UND’s Air Force ROTC program, in addition to a few ROTC faculty members, will face-off to see who can make the best concoction of homemade chili. The cadets will compete for fun and prizes, including trophies for the top entry in four categories: Best Overall, Hottest, People’s Choice, and Worst Creation, according to Cadet/Lt. Col. Matthew R. Stout of UND Air Force ROTC program.
Members of the media are welcome to take photos and video and conduct interviews at this event.
Matthew R. Stout, C/Lt. Col., AFROTC
University of North Dakota Vice Wing Commander, Eagle Wing II, Detachment 610 matthew.stout@my.UND.edu