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To honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy, Bethel AME Church and the MLK Community Coalition of Lebanon will sponsor the annual MLK Celebration on Monday, January 21, 2013, in the Lebanon Junior High School Auditorium, 160 Miller Road, Lebanon, Ohio, at 7 p.m. Activities include recognizing the Drum Major for Service Award recipients. The Coalition will also recognize the young people who participated in the MLK Essay Contest and Art Show. This event is free and open to the public.
Prescott and Humboldt Unified School Districts:
These project will support out local schools by offering school grounds maintenance, while providing volunteerism as an element of education. Activities will include painting, weeding, cleaning, and replacing basketball hoops.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday is a National Day of Service - not a day off.
The MLK Community Coalition of Lebanon will host a day of service Monday, January 21, 2013.
Help your community and make a difference by giving just a couple of hours of your time.
MAKE IT A DAY ON - Volunteer – Donate – Serve – Give.
Volunteer Shifts are 12n-2pm and 2pm-4pm.
Donations accepted at the Lebanon Junior High School, 160 Miller Road, Lebanon, Ohio from 12n-4pm.
The mission of the MLK Community Coalition of Lebanon, Ohio is to honor Dr. King’s vision of justice by building an inclusive network of individuals and organizations that work toward empowerment for all people.
We have a variety of volunteer opportunities and donations needed for collection drives.
Nature Consortium's Urban Forest Restoration Project is committed to the long-term stewardship and restoration of the West Duwamish Greenbelt. The Greenbelt is the largest remaining contiguous forest within Seattle city limits, consisting of 182 acres in park land and another 300 acres in privately owned land. Foxes, red-legged frogs, hawks, and bald eagles are found within the greenbelt, which encompasses the extended forest along the eastern slopes of West Seattle that is visible from I-5. Our main restoration goal is reintroducing native conifer species to the greenbelt, and we also focus on invasive plant removal, site maintenance and environmental education.
We will be holding 2 separate work parties over Martin Luther King Jr weekend--one on Saturday the 15th and one on Monday the 17th. During work parties volunteers plant native trees and shrubs, pull invasives, mulch previously planted areas, and a variety of other restoration activities. To RSVP and receive directions, go here: http://naturec.force.com/restoration/restorationSignUp