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April 22, 2008

Albany -- Teens in Albany will have an alternative "hot spot" where they can hang-out this summer.

Starting May 9th, the "Totally Teen Zone" will welcome 13 to 17 year olds for some Friday and Saturday night fun.

It's open to the first 200 teens.

There will be WII video games, contests, music and dancing.

Organizers say it's a fun, safe place for teens to get together.

Friday night events will be held at the Thornton Community Center.

The Henderson Community Center will host events on Saturday nights.

For more information, you can visit this Web site:  www.myspace.com/albanytotallyteenzone

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