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7th Annual Lexington MLK Day of Service

7th Annual Lexington MLK Day of Service

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:

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