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Maids compete in 'Housekeeping Olympics' in Hibbing

Teams from hotels and motels in the Iron Range will compete against one another in this year's Housekeeping Olympics. Events include laundry-folding and bed-making contests.
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Teams from hotels and motels in the Iron Range will compete against one another in this year's Housekeeping Olympics. Events include laundry-folding and bed-making contests.

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