A Tribute to Akron Rotary's Chili Open & Rhobert "The Rhino's" Chili Recipe

Without a doubt, one of the highest profile Rotary Events of the year in this area is Akron Rotary's Chili Open Golf Tournament. The funds raised through these efforts are ear-marked to support the Children's Camp on Rex Lake. The facilities at the camp are used for Rotary functions of all types including some from the District level. Many of Barberton Rotary's member are and have been involved in this remarkable fundraiser, and will continued to to support the event this year at this weekend's 2021 tee off.
There Chili may be famous or infamous on its own, however you can make your own chili at home while channeling the golfers on the Fairways and ?Greens?!
Here is the Best Chili Recipe! I have created it through Trial & /Error over 50 years of Chili Cookery:  Rhobert's Rhino Chili ...
          5-6 LBS Ground Turkey (or Rhino meat if you can catch one locally)
          4  Cups chopped onions
          1   Cup  Chopped celery
          2   Tbs  minced garlic
          4   tsp  Kosher salt
          1-1/2  tsp fresh ground black pepper
          1/4 cup ground Hungarian Sweet Pepper (Paprika)
          1/4 cup ground Hungarian Hot Pepper  (Paprika)
          3  Shacks Red pepper flakes
          Ground Red Pepper (cayenne) to taste (2 tsp is pretty hot)
          3/4 cup  Chili Powder  (fresh is by far the best)
          2  Tbs  ground cumin
          2  tsp ground cinnamon
          1  Tbs ground rosemary
          1-1/2  Tbs  ground basil
          6 small bay leaves
          2  28-oz cans Diced tomatoes
          2  28-oz cans Tomato Puree
          1  28-oz can Tomato Sauce
          1  6-oz can Tomato Past
          1 to 2  15-oz cans Red Kidney beans
Brown the turkey and transfer the browned turkey to a large stock pot.
Add onions, celery, garlic and stir well.
Add all the spices and stir well.
Add all the Tomatoes and tomato paste and stir well.
Bring to a simmer over medium heat.
Taste Test - may need up to 1/4 cup of sugar or maple syrup to reduce acidity.
Continue simmering, stirring occasionally until vegetables are cooked.
Add kidney beans last of warm.
SERVE... better yet, wait until tomorrow!
Yields 6+ quarts...Freezes very well!