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May 12, 2006

Albany - - Downtown Albany will come alive tomorrow with food, fun, and fashion. Models for the Envy Fashion Show are preparing for Saturday's Spring Street Festival.

The fashion show and street concert is a benefit event to raise money for the Special Olympics, Thronateeska, and the Downtown Albany Association.

"Theres bands all day, food vendors, fun and games for kids and adults but our fashion show starts that night at 8 pm until 9 and right when were done the Kinchafoonee Cowboys will come on," says Ana Condit with the Envy Fashion Show.

The Festival will be held on the 200 block of Broad Avenue and will last from noon until midnight. Tickets are 5 dollars.

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