If you are looking to participate in this year’s Chili Cook-off with a booth please go to the City of Tustin’s website or click HERE.
|1987||Tustin High and Foothill High Grad Nights|
|1988||Tustin Area Senior Center Fund|
|1989||Tustin Area Historical Society|
|1990||Boys & Girls Club of Tustin|
|1991||Tustin Lions Club|
|1992||Tustin Parks for Youth Campaign|
|1994||Tustin Acts for Families and Youth|
|1995||Food Distribution Center of Orange County|
|1996||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County|
|1997||Tustin Family and Youth Center|
|1998||Camp Fire Boys and Girls|
|1999||Tustin High School Music & Pageantry|
|2000||Tustin Teen Programs|
|2001||Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA)|
|2002||Tustin PrideTustin Rotary Club|
|2003||Miss Tustin PageantTustin Women Chamber of Commerce (TWCC)|
|2004||American Association of University Women (AAUW)Kiwanis Club of Tustin|
|2005||American Legion Post 227, TustinTustin Area Senior Center Nutrition Program|
|2006||Knights of Pythias, Tustin Lodge #85Assistance League of Tustin|
|2007||Tustin Public Schools Foundation (TPSF)|
|2008||Tustin Historical SocietyMiss Tustin Scholarship Program|
|2009||Tustin High School Dance Team|
|2010||Tustin High School Band|
|2011||The Kinship Foundation|
|2012||Sunday SupperYoung Life Tustin|
|2013||Council on AgingTustin AYSO|
|2014||Dental Care for ChildrenTustin Police Foundation|
|2015||Foothill High School Instrumental GuildTustin High School Football Booster Club|
|2016||Assistance League TustinTustin High School Model United Nations Program|
|2017||Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA)|
|2018||Boys & Girls Club of Tustin|
|2019||American Legion Post 227, TustinTustin Cobra Football & Cheer|
- Tournament consists of teams separated into 8 different Divisions. 2 Conferences, each with 4 Divisions. Each Division must have 7 teams.
- Each team must consist of at least 4 active players and may have 1 alternate player/coach.
- Division –
Only the winner of each division will advance to a first-round playoff game. No Wild Card or second place finishers will advance. All teams are guaranteed to play 6 games.
- If teams are tied at the end of the regulation play, the winner of the Division will be determined as follows:
- Head to Head play, followed by
- Most points scored, followed by
- Least points allowed.
- In the event the teams are tied after the all the tiebreakers, a coin flip will be used to determine the Divisional winner.
- Playoff are based on a tournament style seeding format:
- Fielding 8 different divisions – (#1 vs #8, #3 vs #6, #2 vs #7, #4 vs #5).
- Seeding is determined by the following:
- Overall wins, followed by
- Most points scored, followed by
- Least points allowed.
- In the event the teams are tied after the initial seeding, a coin flip will be used to determine the tied teams seeding.
- All games are timed by the officials.
- Regular season games are three minutes (3:00) timed.
- Playoff games are three and a half minutes (3:30) timed.
- The Championship game is three minutes and three quarters (3:45) timed.
- In the event any Regular season game is tied (after time expires), the tie will stand and is recorded as a tie for divisional standing purposes.
- In the event any Playoff game ends in a tie (after time expires), each team will attempt a field goal (from their own goal line). Each team will be given equal attempts. A successful field goal followed by an opponent’s failure to convert (or visa-versa) determines the winner in overtime.
- Teams cannot change the rotational order (player sequence) of play during a game. This includes all Regular season and Playoff games.
- Flip a coin or paper football to determine who goes first.
- The football is placed at the 20-yard line (about a fifth of the table) and the player #1 flicks/hits the ball (kickoff) toward the opponent’s goal line.
- If the football does not reach the goal line, the opposing opponent’s player #1 flicks/hits the ball back towards the opponent’s goal line. Both players remain on the board until a stoppage of play has been determined. Each player on a team takes a turn in succession (player #1 then #2 then #3 then #4 and then back to player #1).
- A change of sequence of a team’s rotational order can only be altered at the beginning of a new game and will remain in effect until the end of that game.
- An Alternate player/coach player can be substituted only at the beginning of a game and must remain in play until the end of that game.
- A touchdown occurs when any part of the paper football overhangs/on the opponent’s goal line. An extra point opportunity is subsequently tried from the 50-yard line. After the attempt (regardless of a good or failed kick), the scoring team kicks-off.
- If a football lands past the goal line or falls off the table’s end, or the side of the table or any combination of both, it is the end of that player’s turn. The opposing teams is awarded a field goal opportunity (from their own goal line). If the field goal is successful, the scoring team kicks-off. If the attempt fails, the opponent kicks from their own 20-yard line.
- All games are timed and the high score wins.
- Touchdown – The football must have some part of it on or hanging over the goal line to be counted as a touchdown. A touchdown is worth 6 points.
- Extra Point – The football is kicked from the 50-yard line and is worth 1 point.
- Field Goal – The football is kicked from a team’s own goal line. Field goals are worth 3 points.
Rulings, Definitions and Penalties
- Players turn – An individual player’s turn is continued until there is a stoppage of play. A stoppage of play occurs when a touchdown is scored, or if a football is flicked/hit off any part of the playing table (including when a football passes beyond the edge of the goal line) or when a penalty is called. Then next player’s turn then begins.
- Flick/Hit – Defined as a flick motion of the finger(s) forward or a push from behind the ball. A push from behind cannot exceed two inches from the original placement of the ball. Sliding the paper football, with finger on top of the ball, is prohibited.
- Kicking – Defined as follows:
- A player is allowed to place the football on top of the thumb or index finger (thumb or index finger must remain on the table at all times) for the kick. The kick is then completed with the other hand.
- A player is allowed to place the football on the playing field, held steady by a finger or thumb. The kick is then completed with the other hand.
- If there is debate whether or not a football is on or over the edge line (goal line), a straight edge, such as a ruler, may be slid against the edge line. If the football touches the line, it is ruled a touchdown.
- Intentional interference is made with the opposing team’s s either moves or touches a stationary football deliberately (a touchdown can be awarded if the paper football is at or near (within a half inch) of the goal line). For all other intentional interference fouls, a rethrow is awarded at the spot where the contact was made. Intentional interference includes blowing on a football, moving the football with physical contact, and/or knowingly shaking the playing field.
- If accidental contact is made with a sliding football, a rethrow is awarded at the spot where the contact was made.
- If an accidental contact is made with a stationary football (which was previously played) should be returned to roughly the original spot for a rethrow. The spot must be agreed upon by the players of the game. If the football is accidentally knocked backwards so as to overhang on the edge (goal line), it is ruled a touchdown.
- Delay of Game Penalty – Delay includes deliberately taking more than 10 seconds on a player’s turn:
- By not attempting to recover a football, or
- Setup of kicking a field goal, extra points, or
- Slow rotation of changing players after his/her turn.
It is the official’s discretion to call a delay of game penalty. If invoked, the penalty automatically gives the opposing team a field goal opportunity.
|TEAMS – Organizations|
|Aldersgate United Methodist Church|
|American Legion Tustin Post 227|
|Beckman High School Second Harvest Food Bank Club|
|Beckman High School Wounded Warriors Club|
|Blind Children’s Learning Center|
|Boy Scout Troop 243|
|Boy Scout Troop 36|
|Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Orange County|
|DANCE! To your Hearts Delight|
|Exchange Club of Tustin|
|Friends of the American Legion|
|Heritage Elementary School|
|Knights of Pythias|
|Koshare Chapter – Order of the Arrow BSA|
|Miss Tustin Scholarship Association|
|OC Veterans Outpost|
|Patriots and Paws|
|Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis Foundation|
|SOCAL Water Polo|
|Sons of the American Legion|
|Soroptimist Int’l Santa Ana – Tustin|
|The All-American Boys Chorus|
|The Salvation Army Orange County|
|The Salvation Army Orange County #2|
|Tiller Buddies Red & Black Club|
|Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts|
|Tustin Area Senior Center|
|Tustin Area Senior Center|
|Tustin Cobra Football & Cheer|
|Tustin Community Foundation – Rock & Brews|
|Tustin Dollars for Scholars|
|Tustin High School Band|
|Tustin High School Boys Volleyball|
|Tustin High School Dance Team|
|Tustin High School Football|
|Tustin High School Girls Volleyball Team|
|Tustin High School Instrumental Music Organization Boosters|
|Tustin High School JV Girls Soccer|
|Tustin High School Model United Nations|
|Tustin High School Orchestra|
|Tustin High School Varsity Girls Soccer|
|Tustin Historical Society|
|Tustin Host Lions Club|
|Tustin Memorial Academy PAL|
|Tustin Police Foundation|
|Tustin Public Schools Foundation|
|Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club Team 1|
|Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club Team 2|
|Beckman High School Make It Happen Club|
|Waymakers Tustin Youth Shelter|
|Village of Hope|
|Kiwanis Club of Tustin|
|Beckman High School Tennis Team 1|
|Beckman High School Tennis Team 2|
- Tustin Area Historical Society: www.tustinhistory.com
- Tustin Community Foundation: www.tustincommunityfoundation.
- Tustin Host Lions Club: http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/tustin_host/
- Kiwanis of Tustin: www.tustinkiwanis.com
- American Legion Post 227: www.tustinalpost227.com
- Rotary Club of Tustin – Santa Ana: www.rotarytustin-santaana.org
- Assistance League of Tustin: http://www.altustin.org/
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THANK YOU TO THE ABOVE BUSINESSES FOR HOSTING BINS FOR TCF
Application is available from Feb 1 until 5pm on February 28.
Every year the Tustin Community Foundation Grant Committee and several members of the Tustin Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off Steering Committee select one or two local non-profit organizations to receive a portion of the event proceeds. The amount of money raised varies from year to year.
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On January 21st, 2016 at the Community Services Commission Meeting, Tustin Community Foundation donated funds raised at their Concerts in the Park booth over the past summers totaling $3061.24. The Commission will use the funds to purchase items for their preschool at the Tustin Family & Youth Center.
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