King's legacy of faith to be honored in special service

The march will end at New Race Creek Baptist Church, where a service will be led by the Rev. Lynn Owens. After meeting on the north side of the Courthouse on Seventh Street, there will be a seven-block march to Macedonia Baptist Church, 206 Martin Luther King Jr. St.

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, Tom Houck, a 1966-1968 aide to King and his family, will share his knowledge and passion on King's life and times at 7:30 Foster Auditorium, E102 Paterno Library. Both the Southwest Branch in Dr. Phillips and the West Oaks Branch in Ocoee will be hosting their "I Have A Dream" events to teach children about King and his influence on civil rights.

Gorge residents are invited to celebrate the life, work and dreams of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

There will be no cart or dumpster trash collection on Monday, January 16. Day was instituted as a federal holiday in 1986, and is always observed on the third Monday of January.

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The kickoff event is a breakfast and freedom march at 9 a.m. Monday in the Marshall White Center, 222 28th St. It is co-sponsored by the Multifaith Chaplaincy, the Waltham Group, the Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

WHAT: Fifth annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In 2006 she received the Ambassador of Peace Award from the International Federation of World Peace for her community work with youth.

Green Seattle Partnership marks the legacy of King with volunteer opportunities to improve local parks and public spaces. Birthday Celebration on Sunday, Jan. 15, from 2 to 4 the First United Presbyterian (Red Door) Church in Oneonta, organizers said this week. This event is hosted by the Alpha Sigma Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and is free and open to the public.