Governor Proclaims Wednesday 'Holly Hoffman Day'
December 14, 2010, 11:40 AM
People across KELOLAND will be watching CBS Wednesday night to see whether a South Dakota native will make it to the final episode of "Survivor."
Holly Hoffman is one of six contestants left. The mother of three from Eureka has built up quite a fan base back home during her time in Nicaragua. In fact, Governor Mike Rounds has proclaimed Wednesday as Holly Hoffman day.
There will also be a party in her hometown to celebrate the second-to-last episode. We will have a news crew there.
The "Survivor: Nicaragua" finale airs on Sunday night, on KELO-TV.
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