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August 11, 2004

Albany-  More than two-hundred people showed up for the Freedom experience at the Albany Civic center tonight.

 It's an exciting show that includes music, an illusionist and extreme athletes. Gresham Hill, with the Freedom Experience explained "We want something they really can come out to thats clean, something the whole family can go to and have a great time. The other reason is because we want to let them know about Jesus Christ. We're a group of Christains that come out and we're not trying to shove anything down their throats. We're just trying to share with them about what God has done in our lives."

The Freedom Experience is free. It's put on by the Mallory Baptist Association. You can enjoy the show tomorrow and Friday at seven each night.

Posted by jennifer.hulsey@walb.com at 8:27 PM.