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Getting festive for a good cause

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Molly Hogan

Herald Staff

mhogan@harrodsburgherald.com

With just $70,000 left to raise for the special needs playground at Anderson-Dean Community Park, Crimson Claycomb has put together a Fall Festival which will come to Main Street, Saturday, Oct. 8, and is sure to put a dent in the remaining cost.

The event will run from 10 a.m.–9 p.m. with live music and entertainment throughout the day. Goldie Vigneri, the Studio G crew and artists she has recruited have all donated their services and talents, which Claycomb said could cost up to $2,200.

There will be two food contests, chili and dessert. The chili contest will be judged by members of the Harrodsburg Fire Department. Claycomb said, “Having the fire department help judge the chili cook off is also a way for us to say thank you with a warm meal for all of their work and service.”

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