Free community event Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance

Sunday, January 20, 2019, 4pm

"MLK: Status of the Dream; Where do we go from here?"  The event will feature a "3C" - "Courageous Community Conversation" to be moderated by Dr. Amy Tillerson-Brown, first African American to receive a full professorship at Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, VA. 

Youth and adult community leaders will lead a panel discussion focused on Dr. King's Principles for the "Beloved Community."  A "Q & A" will follow with audience participation. 

Music will be provided by native Little Washingtonian, Ms. Marie Davis/vocalist, and renowned musician/vocalist, Mo Safren, Culpeper and Harrisburg, PA.

A free will offering will be taken for the Julia E. Boddie Scholarship Fund; the scholarship is open to Rappahannock County public school high school seniors that wish to continue their education. Donations to the scholarship fund are tax deductible. 

For more information, contact, Nan Butler Roberts, MLK Birthday Celebration Program Director, 540-661-2013 (cell), or email nb_roberts@msn.com