Third annual chili cook-off to support Rowan Musick

BOZEMAN- An annual chili cook-off will benefit a young boy diagnosed with a rare genetic disease.

The third annual chili cook-off will take place Friday evening at the Bozeman Eagles Club to raise money for Project Alive and Rowan Musick.

Rowan is a 5-year-old boy was diagnosed with Hunter Syndrome, also known as Mucopolysacchiridoses II. Funds will help the family as they seek treatment.

Rowan's family describe him as a vibrant and "feisty" boy who is handling his treatments with bravery.

Hunter Syndrome is a rare genetic illness that impacts the body's metabolism, damaging cells and causing pain, according to his family. There are treatments but no known cures.

The Oct. 11 chili cook-off includes a silent auction, prizes, and of course several different types of chili.

You can RSVP by clicking here, and make a donation here.

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