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March 3, 2006

Thomasville- Antiques from the past will help pay for future programs for special needs children in Thomas County.

The 17th annual Thomasville Antiques Show and Sale is this weekend at the Thomasville Fairgrounds. More than two dozen antique dealers from along the eastern seaboard have brought they're collections to Thomasville for the show that benefits local children.

"All of the money stay directly here in the community and it's considered by some to be the United Way for children here in Thomas County," Charlie Miller, Show Manager.

The show runs Saturday from 11 to 5 and Sunday from noon to five.

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