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By Scott Hunter

November 22, 2003

Thomasville--Hundreds of art lovers are flocking to Thomasville this weekend to celebrate the beauty of wildlife. More than 60-wildlife artists are presenting their work at the Plantation Wildlife Arts festival including painters and sculptors. Saturday's event included an iron chef competition where chefs cooked up wild game. And, there was an outdoor butterfly pavilion. This is the eighth year the Thomasville Cultural Center has held the festival. Money raised will benefit arts and education programs at the center. The event will run until Sunday. This year's special guest include Albany's own animal expert Jim Fowler.

posted at 4:50PM by scott.hunter@walb.com

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