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Swamp Gravy to benefit Southwest Georgia American Red Cross

By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A South Georgia theatre group will give a special performance this Saturday night to benefit the Southwest Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross. Swamp Gravy, who call themselves the offical folk life play of Georgia, will put on a one night only performance of their new show called "Ain't No Tellin."

It will be performed at the Lee County HIgh School auditorium, and the money raised will benefit the 11 counties served by the Southwest Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Southwest Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross Mari Wright said  "It's a wonderful way to raise money. People see us and they have a good time. It's a nice evening for the families."

Tickets for the Swamp Gravy performance Saturday night at Lee County High School are $20. You can buy them at the Red Cross office at 500 Pine Avenue, and they will also be sold at the door the night of the performance.

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