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November 14, 2005

Albany - On Monday, Easter Seals unveiled the official 2005 city of Albany Christmas ornament displaying Lake Loretta. For the past 14 years, Easter Seals Southern Georgia has sold 24-karat gold ornaments displaying different scenes around Albany to benefit children and adults with disabilities. Only 750 ornaments were made, and each comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Beth English says, "We know we do wonderful work, but it really is exciting when we know the public also feels that way and supports the different things that we do."

You can also purchase an ornament for Camilla, Cordele and Tifton by going to the Chamber of Commerce in those cities. Ornaments are $14.

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