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NAACP celebrates Black History Month

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Albany NAACP held their annual program today Albany NAACP held their annual program today
Event programs were place through out the room Event programs were place through out the room
Members dressed in traditional African attire during the event Members dressed in traditional African attire during the event
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

In honor of Black History Month the Albany NAACP held their annual program on Saturday. Members dressed in traditional African attire during the event held at the Civic Center.

The Region five Director, Kevin Myles, served as the evening's keynote speaker.

Entertainment was provided by Kenneth Thomas and the Southwest Georgia mass choir. Tables were decorated to reflect the roots of the organization.

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