Hamilton to Hold Annual Dr. King Tribute on January 12th
Township Mayor Kelly Yaede invites residents to celebrate the legacy of Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., on Thursday,
January 12, 2017, at Hamilton Township’s 14th
Annual Tribute to Dr. King.
will take place at Faith Baptist Church (located
at 2111 Kuser Road in Hamilton) beginning at 7 PM. Admission to the ceremony
“Dr. King’s commitment to equality
and justice continues to inspire us all,” says Mayor Kelly Yaede.
“I invite our entire community to
join us for our annual tribute to Dr. King.”
Hamilton Township program will include remarks from Mayor Kelly Yaede and Pastor
Lance Walker of Faith Baptist Church, several musical performances, a keynote address
by Kevin Willis, President of the John O. Wilson Neighborhood Service Center
Board of Directors, the awarding of the Hamilton Dr. King Spirit of Community
Service Award to Hamilton Township Police Sergeant Quincy Hendrix, the awarding
of Dr. King Community Service Scholarships to Hamilton High School West
students Ameerah Flowers and Amanda Sensi and a candle lighting ceremony with
the participation of Faith Baptist Church and Kingdom Church.
Township expresses a special thanks to event co-sponsors the CYO Bromley Neighborhood
Center and the J.O. Wilson Neighborhood Service Center, as well as Faith
Baptist Church, which graciously hosts the ceremony.