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September 5, 2007

Albany - - A South Georgia non-profit group is taking their Christian message into Dougherty County schools to help students make better choices. 

Wednesday night, "Future Now" put on an inspirational service for students at Albany High School. The group performed skits and sang Christian songs.

They've been doing this since the middle of August. When they finish next week, the group will have reached out to students at all Dougherty County High schools.  

"Future Now" started in 2001, but this is the first year they've actually started the voluntary program at Albany schools.

The final program will take place next Wednesday night at Deerfield Windsor's gym.

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