Annual Chili & Cheer

More than 600 staffers came together for a festive moment at Dr. Betty L. Siegel’s annual Chili & Cheer event Dec. 9. Hundreds of bowls of Rhonda Myers’ award−winning chili were served while participants enjoyed live Caribbean−style music performed on steel drums. Myers was presented with a chili crown‚ complete with a chili scepter.

Georgia (Dec 13, 2005) — More than 600 staffers came together for a festive moment at Dr. Betty L. Siegel’s annual Chili & Cheer event Dec. 9.

Hundreds of bowls of Rhonda Myers’ award−winning chili were served while participants enjoyed live Caribbean−style music performed on steel drums. Myers was presented with a chili crown‚ complete with a chili scepter.

During Chili & Cheer‚ the Staff Council presented President Siegel with a lei‚ the traditional and popular Polynesian island symbol.

“We will always say ‘aloha’ to you‚ Dr. Siegel—never goodbye‚” Angie Nunz‚ staff council member‚ said.

The council also awarded a scholarship to Vicki Fuller to help with the cost of books while she pursues a degree in psychology.

Chili & Cheer featured giveaways‚ too. Hazel Redding‚ Nola Humphries and Paul Underwood all won gift certificates in a raffle drawing.

After Chili & Cheer‚ staff members had the opportunity to bid on items from the recent Bagwell Ball that included paintings‚ certificates and ornaments.





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