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Ramble for the Roses Trivia Night

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – If you like to have fun and raise money for a good cause then the Ramble for the Roses Trivia Night is the place to be in December.

Holy Cross, DeSales High School and the Holy Rosary Alumnae present its 2nd annual trivia night. You can compete for cash, win door prizes and play the heads-or-trails game. There will be ten rounds of trivia played under closely-watched time parameters to keep from going too late. A video board will display questions and real-time scoring. It will be a night of fun for the family. Proceeds for the Ramble Trivia Night will benefit the Holy Rosary Scholarship Program at Holy Cross and DeSales High Schools.

Saturday, December 8th, doors open at 6:00p.m. and trivia starts at 7:00p.m at Holy Cross High School. Concessions will be sold or bring your own snack food. Register on-line at http://www.ambdhcalumni.com.

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