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Flea festival promises family fun

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Sasser- More than one hundred vendors will be set up at the Sasser Flea market for the third annual Sasser Flea Festival.

There will be monster truck rides, a salute to the military, and several free concerts.

"It's clean family fun. We have good food. We have entertainment. We have a lot of things for children to do. It's family fun, no alcohol, and we want everyone to come out and enjoy the festivities," says coordinator Dee West.

There will even be a Fat Cat/Ugly Dog contest sponsored by the Albany Humane Society. Coordinators are expecting more than 11,000 people to attend the event.

Posted at 5:30 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com