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Published: Saturday, March 1, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Sean Considine, who played in the Super Bowl and at Byron High School, will take on another "super bowl" – the What's Cookin' fundraiser for Rock River Center in Oregon. Teams will compete March 29. Photo submitted by Diane Palmer.

OREGON – Sean Considine of Byron, who played with the Baltimore Ravens during the team’s 2012 Super Bowl win, will cook March 29 at “What’s Cookin’ 2014.”

The benefit for Rock River Center will start at 5 p.m. at Oak Lane, 2735 Snyder Road.

A maximum of 35 teams of four will prepare a food item in one of four categories: appetizer, entrée, side dish, or dessert.

Sign-up is being taken for the teams; there is no charge to cook.

Admission to the event is $20; the cost includes the opportunity to taste-test the food.

Visit whatscookin.homestead.com and click on the “contact us” button to send a message to the organizers, or call 815-973-1432 for more information.

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