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2014 Christmas ornament contest

Christmas Ornament Contest Christmas Ornament Contest
This year Easter Seals of South Georgia would like help from the community in selecting the 2014 ornament theme.

You can submit your suggestions and ideas to help find the perfect ornament for Albany.

Ornament sales help provide services to those in need.

Easter Seals says it is proud of this longstanding Christmas tradition and look forward to your help this year.

The ornaments in the Easter Seals series are made of 24 carat gold plate over brass. They are numbered and packaged in a holiday gift box; all you need is a bow before adding this one-of-a-kind ornament to you tree.

Each year the design features a recognizable scene from the Albany community.

Last year's ornament, "Pat's Cycle Shop", highlighted a 1950's bicycle shop located on Pine Avenue owned and operated by Pat Pellicano.

Past ornaments include Radium Springs, The Chamber of Commerce and Jimmy's Hot Dogs.

Easter Seals Southern Georgia provides direct services to children and adults with disabilities on a year round basis. By offering this ornament to Albanians, proceeds will benefit the numerous children and adults served by Easter Seals Southern Georgia.

Go to Easter Seals Southern Georgia facebook page to enter your idea.

Nicki Wilson the Director of Family Support Services says "the list includes Paul Eames Christmas Tree lot, Flint River Train Trestle, The State Theatre, The Cookie Shoppe, Tift Park and Vintage Christmas Lights Downtown Albany."

The contest runs through September 1st .

The winner will be announced on September 2nd on their facebook page.

For more information visit their website:

www.southerngeorgia.easterseals.com or call (229) 439-7061.

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