The Live 4 Tay Foundation and Mayday Brewery hosted the second annual chili cook-off featuring eight contestants with chili ranging from meat chili to turkey chili to white chili and even green chili. About 80 chili cookers and tasters raised more than $600 at the event. The Live 4 Tay Foundation was created to help the Filorimo family with the medical expenses for their daughter, Taylor, who had been diagnosed with kidney cancer. Taylor (“Tay”) passed on at the age of 16 in 2012. The foundation supports families who have a child with cancer by providing financial assistance generated through fundraising events.
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