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August 22, 2007

Albany - Get 'em while they're hot. Tickets for a benefit with Albany Native Paula Deen that's still two months away are going fast!

Deen will return to Albany Thursday November 9th for the third annual Slice of Life, at the Hilton Garden Inn.  That event has been so successful in the past, that it's already sold out for this year! But don't worry, a larger benefit will be held Friday at the Albany Civic Center called "Sweet Talk and Sweet Treats".

Tickets range from $37 to $500 for an 8 top table. You will enjoy hearing Paula tell her story, a sweet dessert and get some decorating tips, all while helping women recover from their addictions.

"It's been manna from heaven," said Liz Dixon.  "It's life giving. It's the wonder of Southwest Georgia and their hospitality of helping to take care of others in our community. We've just been so absolutely blessed."

You can buy tickets from Ticketmaster or at the Civic Center Box Office.  If you can't make it to the benefit, donations for operating expenses are always welcome at Graceway.

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