8th Annual Bo’s Roast and Chili Cook Off

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8th Annual Bo’s Roast and Chili Cook Off

Events > 2018 > January > 8th Annual Bo's Roast and Chili Cook Off

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Created by lauren@littledogagency.com

Smoky Oak Taproom, 1234 Camp Rd. James Island, SC

The James Island Vikings were originally formed as a Dragon Boat team and helped raise money for Cancer through Charleston’s Dragon Boat Festival. In 2010, the Vikings lost close friend, Nancy Brown after a year long battle with breast cancer. The tragic loss hit home and shook the Viking community, especially Nancy’s partner, Bo. The following year, in 2011, the first Bo Roast and Chili Cook-off was held at James Island County Park to help Bo fund a life changing journey to hike the Appalachian Trial. His hike was called ‘Blazin’ for Boobies’. The Vikings made a joint decision to continue donating to cancer programs and the following year, selected Camp Happy Days as the beneficiary of the Bo Roast & Chili Cook-off. Since 2012, the proceeds have been given to Camp Happy Days, a local non-profit that provides year long services to children battling cancer and their families with cost free programs and activities. In an effort to raise money for Camp Happy Days and to aid the fight against Pediatric Cancer, the James Island Vikings will host their 8th Annual Bo Roast & Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, January 27th at the Smoky Oak Taproom on James Island from 12pm till 5pm

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8th Annual Bo’s Roast and Chili Cook Off

Events > 2018 > January > 8th Annual Bo's Roast and Chili Cook Off

About this event:

Created by lauren@littledogagency.com

Smoky Oak Taproom, 1234 Camp Rd. James Island, SC

The James Island Vikings were originally formed as a Dragon Boat team and helped raise money for Cancer through Charleston’s Dragon Boat Festival. In 2010, the Vikings lost close friend, Nancy Brown after a year long battle with breast cancer. The tragic loss hit home and shook the Viking community, especially Nancy’s partner, Bo. The following year, in 2011, the first Bo Roast and Chili Cook-off was held at James Island County Park to help Bo fund a life changing journey to hike the Appalachian Trial. His hike was called ‘Blazin’ for Boobies’. The Vikings made a joint decision to continue donating to cancer programs and the following year, selected Camp Happy Days as the beneficiary of the Bo Roast & Chili Cook-off. Since 2012, the proceeds have been given to Camp Happy Days, a local non-profit that provides year long services to children battling cancer and their families with cost free programs and activities. In an effort to raise money for Camp Happy Days and to aid the fight against Pediatric Cancer, the James Island Vikings will host their 8th Annual Bo Roast & Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, January 27th at the Smoky Oak Taproom on James Island from 12pm till 5pm

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