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The 28th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Scholarship Breakfast

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Add to Calendar 19-01-2013 19-01-2013 15 The 28th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Scholarship Breakfast Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. King, this memorial and ecumenical event provides college scholarships to students in the Queens community. In an attempt to keep the dream alive, and youth aware of the mighty works of Dr. King in his attempt to "eradicate racism and bring about justice, students are required to submit an essay theme, on various events of the Life of Dr. King, or the events of the Civil Rights Movement. The program features greetings from community orginations, an Afro centric dance salute to Dr. King, music and more. The winners of the essay contest will read their submission- 28 Years of Keeping The Dream Alive. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=124913 First Baptist Church - Fellow Hall true DD/MM/YYYY

January 19, 2013
9am-12:30pm
First Baptist Church - Fellow Hall
East Elmhurst
All Ages
$30
Description: Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. King, this memorial and ecumenical event provides college scholarships to students in the Queens community. In an attempt to keep the dream alive, and youth aware of the mighty works of Dr. King in his attempt to "eradicate racism and bring about justice, students are required to submit an essay theme, on various events of the Life of Dr. King, or the events of the Civil Rights Movement. The program features greetings from community orginations, an Afro centric dance salute to Dr. King, music and more. The winners of the essay contest will read their submission- 28 Years of Keeping The Dream Alive.

Address: 100-10 Astoria Blvd.
East Elmhurst, NY 11369
Phone: 718 446-0020
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