Photo Gallery: Century Celebrates Legacy Of Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 22, 2013

Dozens turned out in Century Monday to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Century-Flomaton Improvement Association held their annual motorcade, ending with a program and celebration at the Ag Building. Songs, essays and speeches honored King’s memory, looked forward to the future and honored local community leaders that have passed away. Guest speak Lorenzo Jones addressed the group before a community lunch.

For a photo gallery, click here.

Pictured top: Members of the Pilgrim Lodge Baptist Church Youth Choir perform Monday morning during a MLK Day celebration in Century. Pictured inset:  Audience members enjoy the choir performance. Pictured below: A panoramic picture of the event (click it to enlarge and view properly). photos, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Photo Gallery: Century Celebrates Legacy Of Martin Luther King, Jr.”

  1. Patsy Green on January 25th, 2013 7:56 am

    I believe Dr. King would indeed be proud of the young people I see in the photos above. I know most of them personally and commend them for their accomplishments.

  2. Brian on January 22nd, 2013 6:12 am

    Dr. King would be rolling in his grave if he saw how his “legacy” has unfolded. We are more divided as a nation. We have become a nation of handouts instead of lift ups.

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