1st Annual Aaron Vincent Juarez Cook-Off La Feria, TX

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1st Annual Aaron Vincent Juarez Cook-Off La Feria, TX

Postby BROS BBQ » Thu Dec 26, 2013 11:49 am

Please come out and join us on Jan 24&25th in La Feria, TX. This is our 1st Annual Aaron Vincent Juarez Cook-Off.
Entry Fee is $150.00 before Jan 15th and $175.00 after cut off date.
Fee includes Brisket, Pork Spare Ribs & Chicken
Prizes are 1st-$300 2nd-$200 3rd-$100 Please keep in mind that this Cook-off is a fund raiser for the Aaron Vincent Juarez Scholarship Fund.
There will side jackpots. They are $25 to enter and are... Fajitas, Beans & Hamburgers. 75% payout 1st & 2nd
In Addition we are also having a Ladies Cook-Off....Categories are...Dessert, Mix Drink & Chef's Choice.. 75% payout 1st & 2nd Everything must be cooked on site.

If you interested in competing please feel free to contact me at chazvilla76@yahoo.com and I will send you the flyer and rules...
Please pass this on to your buddies...oh and we are limiting the teams to 25, and so far we have 14 Teams.

Alittle something about Aaron...
By Lea Victoria Juarez

Aaron Vincent Juarez left this earth June 1.

The 25-year-old La Feria native was living in Corpus Christi, TX, working as a Physician’s Assistant at Kingsville Medical Center and Christus Spohn Portland Urgent Care. Each day he made the commute to the two centers, devoting his time to helping others and saving lives.

Even while growing up in La Feria, TX, Juarez helped out around the community, with his church and was recognized for his athletic abilities and academic achievements. He graduated fourth in his 2005 La Feria High School class before attending The University of Texas-Pan American. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from UTPA with his Bachelor’s degree in biology in 2009 and went on to receive his Master’s degree from UTPA as a Physician’s Assistant in 2011.

Aaron carried himself with a humble confidence and strong grace, exuding gravity and drawing in others with his presence.

Juarez frequently made visits back home to be with family and friends, and made sure to keep in touch with them on a daily basis even on the busiest of days. He is survived by his parents Fabian and Nora Juarez and younger sister Lea Victoria Juarez.

Fitness was a significant part of his life. He never missed a day of exercise and always promoted a healthy lifestyle. But when he wasn’t working or at the gym, he was on the dance floor, his heart pounding with the music and feet moving in smoothcadence.

Juarez eventually wanted to pursue a career as doctor in family practice. His dream continues with the Aaron Vincent Juarez Scholarship for UTPA students aspiring to become a Physician’s Assistant as well.

He now rests at Heavenly Grace Memorial Park in La Feria, but his memory lives on through the lives of those he touched.
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Re: 1st Annual Aaron Vincent Juarez Cook-Off La Feria, TX

Postby RLTXBBQ » Thu Dec 26, 2013 12:45 pm

Is it a sanctioned cook off? Also it may encourage some more to joining if you put a linkwith story in there to who the fundraiser is for or what happened. Good luck to you hope it goes well.
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Re: 1st Annual Aaron Vincent Juarez Cook-Off La Feria, TX

Postby BROS BBQ » Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:56 pm

no it is not sanctioned this year...maybe next year it will be under ibca...thanks for the info. I will put up a link...thanks
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Re: 1st Annual Aaron Vincent Juarez Cook-Off La Feria, TX

Postby Boots » Sat Dec 28, 2013 8:08 am

Sounds like a good cook in honor of a fine young man who contributed mush to his family and community. While I don't venture that far south, here's wishing you buena suerte and the best to the Juarez family.
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