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December 16, 2005

Albany- Just in time for the holidays, Clear Channel is hosting the Jingle Jam Old School Funk Fest at the Hilton Garden Inn hotel. The party will benefit needy children in the area.

All guests are asked to bring a toy and save 5 dollars off admission. Tickets are $15 for one adult, and $25 per couple. The event will be on Friday, December 23, 2005 and allow you to spend the Christmas holiday dancing and enjoying the sounds of Mellow Mike and the music you love.

Program Director Jammin Jay says, "The most important thing is the kids, people get a chance to have fun and make a difference in the life of a child who, otherwise would not get a toy this Christmas. " They hope to have over 700 people attend the event.

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