2009-11-14 / News
The Hebron Kroger store sponsored a chili contest Nov. 5 to raise money for Licking County United Way. Nine organizations and businesses volunteered to participate: Hometown Deli, T. C. Weiser Construction, Fred Harris/Kirkersville United Methodist Church, Clay’s Cafe, Jonathan Taylor/Edward Jones, Scott Walters/Crossroads Floral, Hebron United Methodist Church, Dale Scheidegger Pump Service and Kelin Wilkins. Hebron Village Administrator Mike McFarland and two Hebron firefighters served as judges. Hometown Deli’s white chili with chicken took first place honors, followed by T. C. Weiser Construction. Cups were sold for a $1 to lunchtime Kroger customers raising more than $200 for United Way. Kroger associates pledged another $1,700 through payroll deductions.