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ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Hundreds of people showed their support for local boy scout troops  at the Wild Game dinner at Potter Community Center.

More than 1,200 supporters were expected to enjoy the food, fun, and bids at Tuesday's 18th annual fundraiser.

Money raised at the event will help boy scouts in southwest Georgia raise one sixth of the operating budget.

"It's important to support the local boy scouts council which provides support training, camps, services to the volunteers, units and kids," said Director, Ray Allen. "We also raise money to help get kids through scouting and this is a very important event for us each year."

Several volunteers and cooking experts prepared for a week to serve guests Monday. 


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