Lily Pad also plans to use the money so they can advocate for the children in their program. If you would like more information on how you can donate you can contact Mary Allen at (229)-435-0074.
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A neighborhood came together to get Albany children out of the house to play. Folks who live in Avalon Park organized an event for the children in the area to enjoy the weather and being outdoors.
Early County is proud of it's peanut history. The annual Peanut Proud festival is more than just a party. It honors the peanut industry, and what it means to the community.
The Albany Museum of Art is still recovering from storm damage but that didn't stop them from holding their family fun day.
A woman was air-lifted to the hospital and another person was injured in a wreck on Shiloh Road in Lowndes County Friday afternoon.
Kids playing football outside may be a common sight, especially in South Georgia, but it's a special experience to catch an officer taking time to throw the ball around with kids in the community.