Friday night Quail Hunters
ended Friday's activities with a dinner.
Hundreds of Quail Hunters
packed the civic center this evening to mingle, eat, and listen to some great
Organizers say all of the Quail hunting events have been a success, and
it's not over! They're encouraging folks
to come out Saturday night to enjoy some music.
"This is an opportunity
for everyone, we have a concert tomorrow, a great line up, a lot of the people
performing tomorrow are Georgia homegrown," said Bill Bowles.
A ticket to tomorrow's concert is $25 at the
door. Tomorrow's concert kicks off at 6:30 PM at the Albany Civic Center
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