Greek Festival to Benefit Katrina Victims

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(KLS News) -- Utah is going greek this weekend and this year it's all for the victims of hurricane Katrina. All proceeds from the 30th annual Greek festival will go to hurricane relief.

The festival is held in downtown Salt Lake and features dancing, crafts, and of course great greek food.

The festival runs through Sunday.

Organizers say this year has special because it is the one hundredth anniversary of the Greek community in Utah.

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