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December 20, 2003

Albany -- A south Georgia women solved a mystery and won a big prize Saturday. Felicia Cartmell of Albany was the big winner of K-country radio's Moo-dolf scavenger hunt. Cartmell won three-thousand dollars in cash and prizes for her family.

The promotion helped raise more than fifth teen thousand dollars for a program that cares for abused children. "All the money and all proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the children we care for in Southwest Georgia,"says Rita Ellis ,associate director for the Open Arms Home. "All the children that come into our care at the bridges and our healthy families program will benefit this Christmas ,right now from the Mooduff. We are so excited,"says Ellis. The Deerfield Windsor High School key club helped solicit 50 or more businesses to donate money and prizes for the event .

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