The Jessamine County Care Council hosted a Martin Luther King celebration, which made a triumphant return to an in-person event this year. The Care Council revived this event right before COVID, but Monday’s return to having people celebrate with one another brought a lot of people in.
The day started with a community breakfast before speakers came to share their stories at East Maple Street Christian Church. After that, the group marched to the courthouse to enjoy a performance from Jessamine County Choir students. After the performance, the room burst into applause.바카라사이트
Both Carolyn Dupont and Anna Kenion of the care council agree that it was uplifting to see people of all races and ages come out to honor Dr. King.
“With so many people behind the scenes that made this great, those who serve the breakfast got it heated up and read it and those who cooked it and the care council members, No rock was left unturned. I’m so elated,” Kenion added.온라인카지노