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Albany Tech to hold second benefit sale

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September 15, 2005

Albany-- Albany Technical College will hold their second yard sale in less than a week Friday, with proceeds benefiting Katrina victims.

This trailer is full of items donated for the yard sale tomorrow, and items collected for Katrina victims during the last several weeks. Both shoppers and victims are encouraged to attend, with victims being able to pick from the merchandise that has poured in, which necessitated the second yard sale.

"We did this last week, and in total counting yard sale and other donations we raised over three thousand dollars so far. So we had a lot of items left, and just felt like we could go ahead and have one more sale, and then what we don't sell we will donate to the relief effort" said special projects coordinator Elizabeth Deming.

Tomorrow's sale will run from 7 A.M until noon near the entrance to Albany Technical College.

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