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SPORTS for Exceptional Athletes is holding the 12th annual Law Enforcement vs. Kiwanis Challenge “Guacamole Bowl” fundraiser on Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 10:00am until 2:00pm at the Balboa Park Club (2150 Pan American Road West, San Diego 92101). The “Guacamole Bowl” is a premier competition designed to determine, “Who makes the best Guacamole?”

Proceeds from the 12th Annual Guacamole Bowl will benefit SPORTS for Exceptional Athletes

Retired San Diego Police Officer Matt Weathersby came up with this unique fundraising idea as a way of supporting local charities.  Last year’s charity is SPORTS for Exceptional Athletes.  Over the eleven years, the Guacamole Bowl, co-sponsored by San Diego Park & Recreation-Therapeutic Recreation Services, has raised over $100,000 to support local programs for athletes with developmental disabilities.

According to Weathersby, over 2,000 pounds of fresh avocados donated by Calavo Growers, Inc. will be used by the various teams along with lots of onions, tomatoes, cilantro and jalapenos, provided by Jordano’s, to the competing teams.  Matt added, “If you like good guacamole, and lots of it, then Balboa Park is the place to be”.


Prize Categories

The top 3 teams in each division, decided by popular vote, will remake their recipe for the official judges for the final rounds. Cooking medals will be presented to the top 3 teams in each division.
The gold medal winners from each of the four divisions (Law Enforcement, Kiwanis, Open 1 & Open 2) will then compete for the highly coveted “Guacamole Bowl” Trophy.

People’s Choice Award: The general public will have the opportunity to vote – ONE VOTE PER PERSON – for the recipe they deem the best across all divisions. The winner of the People’s Choice Award will advance to the final round of their division

Best decorated Table: An award will be presented to the best decorated table, as judged by the general public

 

History ('Guacamole Cup' winners for each year)

San Diego Metropolitan Credit Union – “We're The Good Kind of Fat”
February 22, 2014

San Diego Police Department Western Division – “Hot Guac Cops”
February 23, 2013

San Diego Police Department Western Division – “Hot Guac Cops”
February 25, 2012

San Diego Retired Fire & Police Association
February 26, 2011

The Cheese Enchiladas
February 27, 2010

Casa de Pico
March 7, 2009

San Diego Police Department Western Division – “Hot Guac Cops”
March 8, 2008

San Diego Police Department Western Division
March 10, 2007

California Conservation Corps
March 18, 2006

U.S. Border Patrol
March 12, 2005

I.R.S. Criminal Investigations
February 28, 2004

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