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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Dozens of people gathered for a night a good eats for a good cause at an Albany restaurant that's been closed for years.

The Ordinary Coyote on Meridyth Drive was open Thursday for one night only, the event raised money for the Lily Pad.

The organization serves victims of physical and sexual abuse. Patrons paid $200 for a six course gourmet meal.

All the dishes will be made by area chefs with food produced here in Southwest Georgia.

There was also a silent auction, organizes hope to raise upwards of $15,000.

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