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Albany- The Alzheimer's Association held their 2nd Annual Celebrity Birdhouse and Art Auction.

Attendees bid on birdhouses big and small. Some were autographed by local celebrities like Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch and officials like former President Jimmy Carter.

The auction serves to help the thousands of people suffering from Alzheimers and their caregivers.

"We provide education, support groups, counseling, information kits, a lot of programs that we don't charge for so we have fundraisers like this to be able to continue to do that," says Programming and Development Director Nancy Goode.

All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

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