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Attic sale raises money to support non-profits

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Laura Renner, Albany Junior League Member Laura Renner, Albany Junior League Member
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LEESBURG, GA (WALB) -

You can find all kinds of unique items at the Junior League of Albany Attic Sale.  

Vendors came from all over South Georgia to participate in the two-day sale. There was everything from electronics, to clothes and picture frames. Junior League members donate the items for the event. They hope to raise about $20,000.  

"It's all for wonderful non-profit organizations. Children's Miracle Network helping children who are maybe born with disabilities or born premature. Then we also have the Lily pad for children who are victims of crimes or sexual abuse. So it really is all going for a wonderful cause," said Laura Renner.  

The Junior League has been serving Albany for 50 years.

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