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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

It was a day of taste testing at Memorial Health at the 11th annual chili cook off.

Different departments of the hospital - from doctors and nurses take a break from the hard work to have some fun. Each year, the event grows even bigger.

"Every year we find more people get more creative. It gets more exciting and you never know what people are going to come up with. This year, we had some reptiles joining in on the fun and we always welcome every bit of creativity," said Suzanne Kirk, Memorial's director of human resources.

WTOC's Lynda Figueredo served as a judge on this year's celebrity judge panel.

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