October 19, 2005
Albany- Albany State University continues with its homecoming celebration this week. It began Sunday with the coronation of the new Miss Albany State, Kendria Bailey.
Bailey says, "It is an honor to serve my school and represent the students here." Bailey along with students, faculty, staff and alumni, are waiting for the big football game on Saturday.
Athletic director Dr. John I. Davis says, "It's important for the city to show support and welcome all the visitors who are spending money and coming down for the game."
The homecoming activities include a Mardi Gras event, skate night, convocation, Saturday morning parade and comedy show. Click on this link for a complete list of events at http://asuweb.asurams.edu/ASU/Alumni/sgahomecomingevents.htm.
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