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story.lead_photo.caption The Scott family (from left), Zeb and Quincy Scott, Tom Scott, Karla and Phillip Scott, Gale Scott, Mike Scott, McKenna Scott, Anita Scott, Amber Scott, Micah Scott and Corey Scott, welcome guests to the 15th and final Chilirhea fundraiser Feb. 8 at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Fayetteville. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Carin Schoppmeyer)

The 15th annual and final Chilirhea benefit on Feb. 8 at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Fayetteville helped raise more than $122,000 for Alzheimer's Arkansas and UAMS Reynolds Institute on Aging.

The organization's mission is "to provide funds aiding in research that helps eradicate Alzheimer's disease as well as provide resources for caregivers caring for Alzheimer's patients."

Nearly 30 teams competed to cook up the winning batch of chili, with Culpepper Family Dentistry taking top honors for best chili.

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NW News on 02/13/2020

Print Headline: SOCIETY PHOTO GALLERY : Chilirhea benefit

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