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Tickets go fast for a chance to hang out with Paula Deen

 August 22, 2007


 Albany  --    The popular TV cooking star will be back in Albany in November for two events to raise money for Graceway Recovery Center.  

The Third annual Slice of Life is already sold out, but the very next night, November 9th, Deen will host Sweet Talk and Sweet Treats at the Civic Center.   

"It's been manna from heaven," says Liz Dixon pf Graceway Recovery. "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.       

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