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August 31, 2007

Albany -- Those of you with a sweet tooth can fulfill your cravings for a good cause. The Harvest Moon in downtown Albany will have a bake sale every Saturday in September.

All the money raised will go to the Special Olympics. They chose to help the Special Olympics in honor of one of there dishwashers who participates with the organization.

"Jimmy is a very hard worker who is here every morning at 8:30 AM, said Part-time Manager Casey Barbree. "He pretty much works his butt off here. He is one of our best employees even though he is in the Special Olympics. He takes care of the restaurant just as much as everyone else does."

The bake sales will be held from eight to noon in front of the Harvest Moon. They're also accepting donated sweets to sell.

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