Kentwood internet hosting MLK unity stroll
UPDATE: Because of the frigid temperatures forecasted for the weekend, the city of Kentwood has postponed the Unity Stroll deliberate for Saturday, Jan. 15. The event can be rescheduled at a afterwards date.
The city of Kentwood will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. with a 1-mile unity wander.
Residents of all ages are invited to accumulate at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, in entrance of the Kent District Library – Kentwood (Richard L. Root) Department at 4950 Breton Ave. SE. for the stroll, which is able to finish at Hearth Station 1, 4775 Walma Ave. SE.
Members of the group can also attend a freed from cost, indoor quickly after-walk ceremony along with a presentation by completely different group prospects, in addition to dwell music, espresso and cake.
“We search ahead to coming collectively as a area people to rejoice the every day life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,” defined Mayor Stephen Kepley. “We are going to wander in remembrance of his historic contributions foremost the civil authorized rights motion … and in reflection of what all of us can do to honor his values at present and every particular person day.”
Canned good and nonperishable product donations can be accredited on the event for Kentwood’s Little Freed from cost Pantry, which to start out with began off as a Martin Luther King Jr. Day neighborhood help job to fill an fast regional must have. The city of Kentwood as a result of truth has ongoing to host meals objects drives to proceed to maintain the pantry very well-stocked.
“The event additionally carries on our MLK Working day area people help customized of stocking Kentwood’s Minimal Freed from cost Pantry to help our neighbors in need,” Kepley defined. “All are invited to hitch us.”
The Tiny Free Pantry is within the Kentwood Features Heart at 355 forty eighth St. SE and is open up yr-round all by way of ordinary motion heart small enterprise a number of hours. A second Tiny Free Pantry was opened final calendar yr on the Kent District Library – Kentwood (Richard L. Root) Division for the neighborhood to cease by all through library hours of operation. All are welcome to make use of or donate to the pantries.
Much more details, along with a listing of suggested donations, is at kentwood.us/littlefreepantry.
Rather more data on the Jan. 15 social gathering is obtainable on this article.