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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – If you can take an Albany phone book and rip it in half, then you don't need to read this next story. But if you can't...

Power Force wowed these kids at Northside Elementary School in Albany Tuesday afternoon. In addition to ripping apart a phone book, athletes bent steel, and smashed full cans of soda, which the children loved!

The men are in Albany thanks to Harvest Temple Church of God. They wanted to provide a free positive entertainment option to the community.

Derick Fallis said, "We wanted to make a positive impact in our community, our church did and so we felt like this was a good way to get into the schools and impact our community because we believe there's something great for this city and we want to be a part of it."

You can see the Powerforce team in person Tuesday or Wednesday night at Harvest Temple Church on Fussell Road free. The shows start at 7:00.

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