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The Hope West Holiday Show took place at Two Rivers Convention Center last weekend. More than just a fashion show, the annual event this year included a silent auction, a luncheon, and entertainment with singers and dancers. Proceeds from the event benefit HopeWest Kids and help fund a camp for children who have lost a loved one.
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