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Annual Durham City-County Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Program Rescheduled

Program Free and Open to the Public

Post Date:01/26/2017

What:

City-County Martin Luther King, Jr. Employee Observance Program

 

Who:

Durham County Government

City of Durham

 

When:

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

noon

 

Where:

First Presbyterian Church

305 E. Main Street

Durham

 

Facts:

  • The Durham County and City Martin Luther King, Jr. Employee Observance Program, originally scheduled for January 11, 2017, will take place on Wednesday, February 8th.
  • This year marks the 12th anniversary of the celebration honoring the visionary leader’s legacy.
  • The keynote speakers will be Rev. Dr. Michael D. Page, pastor of  Antioch Baptist Church and director of United Christian Campus Ministry serving North Carolina Central University and former commissioner for the Durham Board of County Commissioners, and Rev. Dr. Carl W. Kenney, II, a columnist with the News and Observer and co-executive producer of “God of the Oppressed.”
  • The event will include remarks from local leaders and elected officials and musical selections from the Durham City-County MLK Employee Choir.
  • The program is free and open to the public.
  • For more information about the 2017 Durham City-County Martin Luther King, Jr. Employee Observance Program, contact the Durham County Manager’s Office at 919-560-0000 or email publicinformationoffice@dconc.gov.    

 

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