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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  An Albany restaurant owner, who has expanded during the bad economy, says other businessmen need to be bullish on Albany's future.

Bo Henry now owns three restaurants and part of the State Theatre. He told the members of the Albany Rotary Club today that their community is a jewel that they should treasure, and help grow.

"We're here to make this a better place, our home. I think we've got to start thinking about that more in our day to day lives. And be thankful for what we have here, and look at how we can make it better," Henry said.

Henry told the businessmen that the Flint River is a resource that Albany needs to take better advantage of, as well as surrounding natural resources.


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