Eighteen four-person teams competed in the first session of “Pizza, Pitchers & Puzzle” Saturday afternoon during Flannel Fest at Big Top Tents and Events in Luverne. Teams had two hours to complete a 300-piece puzzle, drink 12 beers and eat one large pizza.

Flannel Fest offers friendly Winterfest competition

Carolyn Diedrich of Luverne took top honors at the inaugural Flannel Fest chili cook-off Saturday at the Big Top Tents & Events.

Diedrich bested six other competitors in the fundraiser for the Luverne Hockey Association.

“The whole day was a great turnout,” said Amber Lais with the Luverne Area Chamber. “Some things weren’t well attended, but overall it was a good day.”


Full text available to subscribers only. If you are a current subscriber, please login here. If you would like to subscribe, please click here for online subscriptions. We also have a new One-Day Option for just 99¢. Thank you.

Comment Here