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9:00 a,m, - 11:00 a.m. Student Center: Care Packages for Soldiers
Help assemble the packages and make "May Peace Prevail in your heart" cards for the soldiers
WHO VOLUNTEERED ON MLK DAY @ CASADY IN 2011?
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Oklahoma City MLK DAY EVENTS: The Prayer Breakfast: 7 a.m. in the Reed Center, Sheraton Midwest City Hotel, 5800 Will Rogers Road. ($10/person). From I-40, exit Sooner Road, north on Sooner Rd, turn right/east onto Will Rogers Road. Organizers expect 400-500 people for breakfast followed by speeches and music.
The Silent March: 9 a.m. from the Clara Luper NAACP Freedom Center, 2609 N MLK Ave, marching to the Oklahoma History Center, at NE 23rd Street, east of Lincoln Blvd.
The Bell Ringing: 11 a.m. National Bell Ringing at Oklahoma's replica of the Liberty Bell in front of the Oklahoma History Center, north side of NE 23rd St, just east of Lincoln Blvd.
MLK Jr. Holiday Coalition Program: Noon, at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral , 127 NW 7th St (NW 7th & Robinson). The program features a performance of King’s "I Have a Dream" speech and comments by local opinion leaders.
PARADE Line-up: 1 – 2 p.m. on the streets west of NW 7th Street and Robinson Ave..
PARADE STEP-OFF: 2 p.m. from the corner of Broadway and NW 7th, proceeding down Broadway to Sheridan, then east through Bricktown to the Coca Cola Convention Center. There will be grandstands at NW 5th and Broadway. For more information on the parade, or to be involved, call coordinators William Jones at (405) 306-8440 or Garland Pruitt at (405) 473-6152.
MLK DAY-Kindness and Service at Home
¿Con quién eres bondadoso? ¿Dónde eres voluntario todos los dias?
Soy bondadoso(a) con la familia en la casa, con los amigos y maestros en la escuela en las aulas, con la naturaleza y los animales en el campo y el granero.