Albany State NPHC receives Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful service award
Albany State NPHC receives Keep Albany-Dougherty
Beautiful service award
Albany State University Greek organization members accept the Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful service award on behalf of the ASU National Pan-Hellenic Council. L to r: Commission Chairman, Chris Cohilas; Keyonna Jackson (Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc.); Bobby Andrews (Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.); Taylor Turner (Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.) and Mayor Dorothy Hubbard.
ALBANY, Ga -- The Albany State University National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) received a service
award for their commitment and assistance in improving the visual appearance of the
The award was presented, Thursday, Jan. 11, by Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and Dougherty County Commission Chairman Chris Cohilas at the Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful annual awards luncheon.
Nearly two years ago, ASU NPHC committed to the Adopt-a-Block campaign by cleaning and maintaining the area near the corner of N Broadway Street and E Broad Avenue. The initiative eventually expanded nearly a mile, ending at N Broadway Street and Clark Avenue. Approximately 60 students clean the area on Saturdays, twice a semester.