October 30, 2004
Albany-- A fundraiser in Albany was held Saturday evening to help men recovering from drug and alcohol addictions.
The Agape Recovery Outreach Program held a dinner to thank supporters and to raise money for expansion of it's drug and alcohol outreach program.
During the event, guests learned about the center's recovery methods and listened to testimonials from successful clients.
"I have a good feeling coming into this program the way it's modeled, the way it's setup it does not ask you to change life, you change," says Jamie V, a current Agape client.
The center needs about 20-thousand dollars to renovate its current building.
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