REPEAT VICTORY FOR THE CHIEF: The Bow Horn Bay Volunteer Fire Department hosted an open house at its headquarters in Qualicum Bay on Sunday and there were a lot of fun and educational activities for all ages. A chili cook-off challenge featuring firefighters and their creations was once again part of the festivities and

Chief wins again in Bow Horn Bay

The Bow Horn Bay Volunteer Fire Department hosted an open house at its headquarters in Qualicum Bay on Sunday

REPEAT VICTORY FOR THE CHIEF: The Bow Horn Bay Volunteer Fire Department hosted an open house at its headquarters in Qualicum Bay on Sunday and there were a lot of fun and educational activities for all ages. A chili cook-off challenge featuring firefighters and their creations was once again part of the festivities and, for the second year in a row, voters decided Chief Steve Anderosov had the best chill. The chief is shown above offering a spoonful of what he called his El Paso Breakfast chill.

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