13th Annual Chili Cook Off

DCTC Rotaract Club holding popular campus event April 18, 2024

Rotaract Club at Dakota County Technical College is holding the 13th Annual Chili Cook Off Thursday, April 18, 2024, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the main commons next to the Student Life Center on the college’s campus in Rosemount, Minnesota.

Faculty and staff contribute chili recipes for the annual competition. This year’s event is expecting 25 different chili recipes to sample. You only pay $4 cash for a slice of cornbread and a soda along with the opportunity to taste each recipe. Attendees will vote for their favorite chili as usual. All proceeds go to support Rotaract Club activities.

Purchase one slice of cornbread, one soda, and the chance to sample 25 different kinds of chili for just $4 (cash only).

WHAT: 13th Annual Chili Cook Off

WHEN: Thursday, April 18, 2024
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

WHERE: Main Commons

Rosemount Campus
Dakota County Technical College
1300 145th Street East (County Road 42)
Rosemount, MN 55068

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More about Rotaract Club

Rotaract is a club for students who volunteer as a team, plan activities and projects, motivate, inspire, and socialize. Rotaract is a division of Rotary International.

Rotaract Club core goals:
  • Serve the community
  • Create professional development opportunities for students
  • Network with our Rotary Clubs by inviting speakers and mentors
  • Be part of an international network of young leaders
  • Most importantly, have fun!

The DCTC Rotaract Club elects a student board of directors each year. The board decides how to organize and run the club along with selecting what projects and activities to carry out. Elections are held at the start of fall semester, and director terms end with the end of each school year.

Read the DCTC Rotaract Club blog.

Learn more about the 13th Annual Chili Cook Off and Rotaract Club at DCTC by contacting:

Brett Kolles
English Faculty
Rotaract Club Faculty Co-Advisor
Dakota County Technical College

Jill Frahm
History Faculty
Rotaract Club Faculty Co-Advisor
Dakota County Technical College

Learn more about Rotaract Club by reading the DCTC News story:

Rotaract Club Read to Succeed Book Drive

Brett Kolles and Natasha Grad