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Greenwich Girl Scout Troops Faced Off In Chili Cookoff

The winner of the chili contest was the Broderick family, of Old Greenwich. Featured left to right in the back are Cris Broderick, Cristina Broderick, Officer Aran Santilli and Catherine Broderick. Jack Broderick is in the front.
The winner of the chili contest was the Broderick family, of Old Greenwich. Featured left to right in the back are Cris Broderick, Cristina Broderick, Officer Aran Santilli and Catherine Broderick. Jack Broderick is in the front. Photo Credit: contributed
Featured from left to right are Dave Marshall, David Finn, Officer Aran Santilli and Tom Sedgwick.
Featured from left to right are Dave Marshall, David Finn, Officer Aran Santilli and Tom Sedgwick. Photo Credit: contributed
Featured left to right are Anjali Kishore, Aran Santilli and Regina Finn.
Featured left to right are Anjali Kishore, Aran Santilli and Regina Finn. Photo Credit: contributed

GREENWICH, Conn. -- Girl Scout Troops 50428 and 50406 recently faced off in a fundraising family chili contest, and Greenwich Police Silver Shield Officer Aran Santilli was invited to be the guest judge.

The event was held at the Greenwich Country Club, where the scouts and their families could partake of chili and paddle tennis. Dads, too, were particularly drawn to participate in the Girl Scout chili contest.

Scouts also had the opportunity to interact with a female role model. Santilli was "a wonderful judge and a great sport throughout the entire event," a news release noted. In uniform, Santilli told the girls they could play any sport they put their minds to.

The money raised at the event was donated to Audrey Pizzilota and Brinkley Blum for their troop's project to create a traveling library with age-appropriate books.

"This event was a home run for the Silver Shield and the young female youth of our community," said Sgt. Timothy Hildebrand, president of the Greenwich Police Silver Shield Association. " The Silver Shield supports all aspects of our town."

The Silver Shield Association was founded in 1958. Its mission is to provide excellent police services to the citizens and businesses of the Town of Greenwich, to embrace community projects, and enhance the professional abilities of the police officers.

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