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Emily Jarrett | Democrat Chris Hesse, left, with Classic Grill, explains to Kim and Stephen Zeller what the restaurant's white chicken chili is made of during the eighth annual Taste of Cole Camp, hosted Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
Emily Jarrett | Democrat Chris Hesse, left, with Classic Grill, explains to Kim and Stephen Zeller what the restaurant's white chicken chili is made of during the eighth annual Taste of Cole Camp, hosted Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
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Approximately 200 people came out to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Monday to celebrate the eighth annual Taste of Cole Camp.


Sponsored by the Cole Camp Chamber of Commerce, Taste of Cole Camp Committee Co-Chair Sam Cole said the event brings local restaurants and businesses together to raise money for the chamber.


“All the funds we raise will be used for chamber events throughout the year,” she said. “So not only is it a great fundraiser for us, it’s also a wonderful way to introduce people to restaurants they may not have tried yet.”


Participating in Taste of Cole Camp were: Cash’s Thriftway, The German Table, Sweets an ‘Tiques, Classic Grill, Handel Haus, Casey’s General Store, Maple Street Cafe and Bakery, Calgaro’s Pizza, Dairy Barn, 4K Cheese and Meats, Cano Country Store, Charlie’s Buffet and Red Barron.


 
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