Radio Noon - Manitoba | Jan 28, 2013 | 4:49

Chili Hands Warm Hearts

She decided to help her community by cooking up a big pot of chili for the soup kitchen. That effort has grown thanks to friends and family. Here's my interview with Heather McLellan. The Portage woman who founded Chili Hands, Warm Hearts.

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