Liberal Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

KSCB News - January 19, 2016 8:05 am

Approximately 75 people joined in the 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. March and Celebration Monday. The event, sponsored by the Black History Committee of Liberal, featured a March that started at Liberal Memorial Library and opened with guest speakers. The participants, led by Liberal Police Department, moved from the Library, north on Kansas Avenue, then east on 8th street, to the Mahuron Park Building. For the Celebration, guests were treated to a chili supper, door prizes, informational booths set up by Seward County Health Department, Southwest Medical Center, Liberal Area Rape Crisis Center, Red Cross, and the Baker Arts Center. A Martin Luther King Jr. program followed the supper.

 

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