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September 13, 2006

Albany-- Dozens of South Georgia pre-schoolers got to spend the morning at a tea party with some furry friends.

Thronateeska Heritage Center's third annual Teddy Bear Tea Party was a hit.  It featured storytime, fun crafts, sing-a-longs, and a visit from a big teddy bear named Buddy. Organizers say the event continues to be a fun success. 

"It's been so popular that we have had to add an extra day to accomidate more of the community"said operations manager Cheryl Jones. More Teddy Bear Tea Parties will be held tomorrow and Friday at 10 a.m at Thronateeska. Admission is five-dollars per person, and reservations are required.

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