On Monday, January 20, 2020 the Town of Lexington will commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with its 7th annual family-friendly day of volunteer activities supporting the underserved. It will be a fun and meaningful day, so we hope you will join us.
Our goal this year is to serve 2,500+ people through 700+ volunteers. Isn't it amazing to see what our community can do together?
Events begin at 9:00 am with a Community Dialogue on Race at Grace Chapel. This year's topic is "The Necessity of Discussing Race and Racism with Your Family at Home."
At 11:00 am we will gather by the Minuteman Statue at the Lexington Green and participate in our traditional Unity Walk to Cary Memorial Hall.
The Opening Ceremony begins at 11:15 am, where performers including Lexington literary performer Regie O'Hare Gibson and the SNAP Sing Along Chorus, will share the spirit of Dr. King's legacy and kick off the day's service/volunteer opportunities.
• Community Dialogue on Race
• Donations Drop Off
• Unity Walk
• Opening Ceremony
• Teens Helping Seniors In-Home
• Card Making
• Fleece Making
• MLK Day Gathering for Seniors
• Decorate Cookies and Donate/Sort Winter Gear
For complete list of Event Times and Opportunities to sign up to Volunteer, please visit: www.lexingtonmlk.org
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