Ignacio Chamber brings on the Green Chile-Fest

Former councilman and tribal member, Mike Olguin and his son Matthew get prepared for the incoming crowd of chile lovers ready to sample their green chile.
Ignacio Chamber President and owner of Paco Glass, Mike Pacheco, tosses the bean bag hoping to score some points for his cornhole team during the 2nd Annual Ignacio Chamber Chile Fest held at Shoshone Park.
One of the many events that took place at the 2nd Annual Green Chile Fest was body painting. Justa Whitt, the painter (right), freehands a bird.
Ignacio’s Mayor, Stella Cox, buys some fresh lemonade from the Ignacio Track and Field fund raising group.
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum

The Ignacio Chamber of Commerce held their 2ndAnnual Green Chile-Fest at Shoshone Park, Saturday, Sept. 8. The family fun event brought community members together for taste testing some of the best green chile and salsa in the area. The event included many fun kids activities, such as face painting and balloon twisting. Not only was there plenty of green chile, the Chamber also hosted a cornhole competition for participants.

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