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Getting fired up

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Jill Lebert (from left), Kesey Shea, Nicholas Raymo and John Shea, representing the Worthington Fire Department, serve up a sample of chili Friday night at the Red-Hot Chili Cookoff at the Worthington Event Center. The event marked the start of Worthington's Winterfest celebration, which continues today with multiple activities -- including the 1 p.m. Deep Freeze Dip at Sunset Park. Cookoff results: K & H Construction was first, the WFDcame second and the King Turkey Day board third. (Tim Middagh/The Globe)
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