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Antique show underway in Moultrie

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March 7, 2006

Moultrie - The Antiques show is being held at the YMCA and sponsored by the Moultrie Federated Guild. Silver, china and furniture are some of the items up for sale.

This is the clubs only fundraiser for the entire year. The money raised will go toward helping others. Connie Leigh says, "We use these funds to go back into the community. The serenity house, for scholarships, crepe myrtles on the bypass. We do a lot of different things."

Wednesday is the final day of the antiques show. Tickets are $6 each.

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