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Atchison churches to honor Dr. King
01/17/2020

(KAIR)--A group of Atchison churches will again commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

According to a release, the Atchison Ministerial Alliance will hold its annual Martin Luther King Day march and service on the evening of Monday, January 20. That is the national holiday declared to recognize the slain civil rights leader.

The march will begin that evening at 6:10 in front of Atchison City Hall, with those in attendance to then walk to 715 Atchison Street, the location of the Campbell Chapel AME church. A service will be held at 6:30. The theme of the service is “Unfulfilled Dreams: What Would Dr. King Say Today?”

Speakers during the service will include the Reverend Vernon Winfrey, of Campbell Chapel AME and the Reverend Michael Strickland, of Atchison’s First Baptist Church.

The walk and service is open to the public.

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