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April 6, 2006

Albany -- Young community leaders were honored tonight for the success and dedication. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Albany held its annual awards banquet at the Civic Center Thursday night.

Those young people recognized said it felt great to be honored for working with the club and serving the community.

"It just makes me feel really special. I go home and line up all my trophies. I have a lot of them," said Lauren Henderson.

"It's kinda like a sport for me because I play basketball, and I got an award for that, player of the year," said Emeshuan Offord.

The group also thanked people in the community who support the Boy's and Girls Clubs.

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