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April 8, 2007

Albany - - After attending church services, some of you went home to enjoy dinner with your family and loved ones. But others took a different route.

Not too many restaurants remained open for the holiday, but folks found one that was greeting Easter diners with smile.

Ryan's Steak house in Albany had a steady flow of holiday diners all day.

The restaurant decorated for the holiday and welcomed visitors who came to enjoy a meal and fellowship.  

Diner, Antonio Haynes tells how he spent the holiday.

"Church, got together, came to Ryan's. We come to Ryan's a lot so we came to Ryan's. Eat a little bit, go home and relax," he says.

Diner, Billy Palmer is doing the same thing.

"When you enjoy the real valuable things in life, joy and time with family and keeping focused on where God will have you go, it's an awesome time to spend time together and enjoy the blessings of the Lord," he says.

 

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