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Darton athletic program given Cavalier Celebration

The Darton Cavalier Baseball team plays their last home game of the season. (Source:WALB) The Darton Cavalier Baseball team plays their last home game of the season. (Source:WALB)
Fans watch the last home game of the season. (Source:WALB) Fans watch the last home game of the season. (Source:WALB)
Smoke and Fire participated in the celebration. (Source:WALB) Smoke and Fire participated in the celebration. (Source:WALB)
There was also a raffle giveaway for giftcards and $100. (Source:WALB) There was also a raffle giveaway for giftcards and $100. (Source:WALB)
Keith Southwell, Members United Vice President (Source:WALB) Keith Southwell, Members United Vice President (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Darton College baseball team played its final home game Friday night. The school's athletic program is going away as the college merges with Albany State University.

Members United Credit Union teamed up with Darton for a Cavalier Celebration, to honor the team and offer up a lot of fun family activities.

"We've got a glow run coming up after the game. We've got fireworks when it gets dark. We've got bounce houses for the kids out here, concessions, baseball," said Members United Vice President Keith Southwell.

The Cavaliers were first in the region standings.

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