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Looking for a good yard sale this weekend? Well there's one stretching for a hundred miles.

Six Southwest Georgia towns will participate in the 100 Mile Peanut Pickin' Yard Sale.

 Vendors will be on site selling all types of goods, from baked goods to clothes to knick-knacks.

 The event will run through Cordele, Sylvester, Moultrie, Berlin, Morven, and ends at Quitman.

"We just want to show everybody what we have to offer on our back roads and our small towns. We have some neat shops and neat places to eat. We want our towns to grow like they use to be and bring them back up to par for our grandkids and their grandkids and to show them what shopping in historical downtown and all these small cities have to offer," said Yard Sale Chairman Cindy Powell.

The sales will start bright and early at 8 Saturday morning and end at 6.

 

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