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December 14, 2007

Albany-  The Southwest Georgia Rehab Association held their annual Christmas auction Friday and the money will help those with disabilities in south Georgia. The auction included more than 50 items, most with a Christmas theme.

Everything from gift certificates to wreaths were donated by various businesses. The money from today's auction will help fund future service projects.

"Others are monetary, donations that we make to other organizations to individuals who might need some accommodation in their home a ramp access to the home," said Al Weaver, Southwest Georgia Rehab Association President.

The auction is the organization's largest fund raising project along with a golf tournament held earlier this year.

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