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'Noogiefest' at Gilda's Club offers up some Halloween fun

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A special group of kids got the chance to forget about their problems and enjoy a spooky good time. A special group of kids got the chance to forget about their problems and enjoy a spooky good time.
The Junior League of Louisville hosted the 7th annual ‘Noogiefest' at Gilda's Club. The Junior League of Louisville hosted the 7th annual ‘Noogiefest' at Gilda's Club.
Gilda's Club offers free programs to support people and families affected by cancer. Gilda's Club offers free programs to support people and families affected by cancer.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A special group of kids got the chance to forget about their problems and enjoy a spooky good time.

The Junior League of Louisville hosted the 7th annual ‘Noogiefest' at Gilda's Club.

Kids got to participate in pumpkin carving, face painting and so much more!

Gilda's Club offers free programs to support people and families affected by cancer.

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