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Junior League hosted Hollydays at Slugger Field

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Holiday shoppers braved the slick roads to support a good cause Saturday. Holiday shoppers braved the slick roads to support a good cause Saturday.
The Junior League of Louisville held their annual holiday shopping event called Hollydays at Slugger Field. The Junior League of Louisville held their annual holiday shopping event called Hollydays at Slugger Field.
Shoppers could buy holiday décor, food, clothes and gifts while benefiting the Junior League which supports several community projects and organizations. Shoppers could buy holiday décor, food, clothes and gifts while benefiting the Junior League which supports several community projects and organizations.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Holiday shoppers braved the slick roads to support a good cause Saturday.

The Junior League of Louisville held their annual holiday shopping event called Hollydays at Slugger Field. Shoppers could buy holiday décor, food, clothes and gifts while benefiting the Junior League which supports several community projects and organizations.

Sunday's Hollydays has been canceled because of weather.

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