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ASU Diva's program host block party

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany State University mentoring organization called "DIVAS" hosted a block party for young people Friday.

The "DIVAS" or "demonstrating individual values among sisters" hosted the big bash at Rivercrest Apartments. They say it's a way for college organizations to interact with young people in the community. There were games, face painting, and music.

"That's what we do. We give back to the community. That's the part we stand for, community service." said Jasmine Elston

The ASU organization first formed in 2008.

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