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Mayor's Motorcade revs up

November 29, 2004

Albany - You can help brighten the holidays for adults at Southwestern State Hospital in Thomasville. The boxes are empty now, but the Albany Parks and Recreation Department is working with south Georgia mayors to fill the boxes with gifts. It's the 46th Annual Mayor's Motorcade and on On December 15th, the presents will be given to mentally and physically challenged patients at the state hospital.

"By the 14th, I hope to have several vans full of material," said Kristen Caso, Parks and Recreation. "So, different civic organizations, clubs and schools, please come and bring the stuff by the administration building here in Tift Park."

You can donate at the Parks and Recreation administrative office in Albany during business hours Monday through Friday. The patients needs personal items; PG or G-rated movies, CD's, jewelry, playing cards, puzzles, games, and other gifts.

Posted 6:30PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

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