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Taste Of Bluegrass Returns For 32nd Year

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 5/18/2012 11:25 pm
        More than 60 restaurants and beverage distributors were on hand at the 32nd annual Taste of Bluegrass held at Keeneland.

        Fifteen-hundred hungry central Kentuckians showed up sampling the best local foods and drinks in the area.

        The money raised from the event goes towards the "God's Pantry Food Bank" which for every dollar raised will help feed seven people.

        This year's event raised more than 100-thousand dollars.
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