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The top live auction item, which sold for $8,700, is a Fender electric guitar signed by all five of the Rolling Stones. Foundation board member Tina Looka shows off the instrument to the Legacy Event crowd. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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From left, Matt and Charlee Kleve and Jon and Amy Kleve are all set for the horse races. In honor of the 10th annual Legacy Event, guests were invited to dress with attire from any of the themes of the last nine years — Run for the Roses, Roaring ’20s, Western Splendor, Mardi Gras and more. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Kim O’Neill, at left, and Tiffany Weber, foundation board members, present the framed Beatles item, signed by Paul and Ringo, that sold for $6,275 during the Legacy Event live auction. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Foundation board member Jessie Ruiz, at left, gets an answer from Sherman Kage during the final round of Family Feud Saturday night. Kage’s team, which represented Regent Park, won the game. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Legacy Event blows away record, again!

It just keeps getting bigger and better, and the 10th annual Legacy Event certainly didn’t disappoint.

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Cowboy boots notwithstanding, Michael Brauer sprints down the aisle in Tuesday’s 60-second shopping spree at Holyoke Marketplace, moving on from meats to cheeses. The three participating shoppers filled their carts with groceries totaling over $550 in one short minute. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Sponsors and participants survey the groceries garnered during Tuesday’s shopping spree. They are, pictured from left, Donna Lutze (Methodist food pantry), Michelle Harms (Star 92.3), Michael Brauer (prize winner), Wade Warren (Holyoke Marketplace), Jill Fiedler (Holyoke Marketplace) and Teri Waln (Lutheran food pantry). — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Grocery shopping gets fast and furious

Many tried to guess the five-digit combination for the prize vault at the Feb. 1 Farm and Home Show at Phillips County Event Center.

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