By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) – This weekend volunteers are gearing up to help an Albany non-profit raise thousands of dollars.
Workers spruced up the grounds and did some interior cleanup at The Ordinary Coyote at 2807 Merydith Drive, the restaurant has been closed for a few years.
This Thursday it will open for one night only or raise money for the Lily Pad.
The organization serves victims of physical and sexual abuse.
All the dishes will be made by area chefs with food produced here in Southwest Georgia, the same region the Lily Pad serves.
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