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“Zora Day” includes $5 autographed pictures, $25 lunch–for charity.

“Zora Day” includes $5 autographed pictures, $25 lunch–for charity.
Zora Andrich’s hometown of Lambertville celebrated the Joe Millionaire “winner” on Saturday with “Zora Day.” After she received the keys to the city and a parade in her honor, Zora autographed pictures for $5, sold unautographed pictures for $1, and had lunch with fans for $25. Of course, the proceeds went to local charities. At the event, Zora said that she “turned down Playboy” and that she doesn’t plan to keep most of the jewelry she received on the show, The Trentonian reports.

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