MONDAY JANUARY 20TH
12 NOON - 2 PM
Learn about Dr. King's dream through art!
Enjoy this FREE family friendly event at the Countryside YMCA (near the event center).
Sponsored by the Resurrection Lutheran Church Art Ministry Team.
If you are a student looking for community service hours, volunteer opportunities are available.
For those seeking an opportunity to go deeper in conversation and looking for solutions regarding racism, bias, and discrimination, we invite you to attend the Community Dialogue: Expanding our perspectives, 2020 Focus On What Matters on Saturday, March 21st.
This is a healing racism
training to help one another see the face
of God in each other. Facilitator Debby Stokes walks us through the day
with thought provoking discussions, lessons, and videos to help us learn to
appreciate differences while finding common ground. This event will take place
on Saturday, March 21st, 9 am – 4 pm at Resurrection Lutheran.
LUNCH ON US pays off lunch debt for graduating seniors at
Lebanon High School
Formed in 2018, Lunch On Us has been fundraising to help provide lunch to students and alleviate the lunch debt incurred in Lebanon City Schools. To date, Lunch On Us has raised $5,000 to help students at Bowman Primary School in addition to supporting the Class of 2019.
Renee Forrester, Lunch On Us Project Leader, stated “We were inspired by the recent news story about Philando Castile’s mother continuing his charitable work by paying for the lunch debt of graduating seniors in Illinois. Lunch On Us decided to help our Lebanon High School seniors erase their lunch debt so they would be able to receive their diplomas on graduation day. We truly wanted to make a difference and give our graduates a fresh start as they completed high school.”
This fundraising milestone would not have been achieved without the support of the community and the employees of Lebanon Ford. Jeremy Harrison of Lebanon Ford decided to challenge his fellow co-workers to make donations to Lunch On Us. Harrison remembers his humble beginnings as a student. The mission of Lunch On Us was something he felt strongly about and wanted to make sure students were being feed and not feeling shamed. [READ MORE]
The mission of the Martin Luther King Jr. 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 people.
The MLK Community Coalition of Lebanon is to be a proud community partner with local, regional, and national organizations such as Service for Peace, Serve Ohio and MLKDay.gov.
Tutors and Volunteers needed!
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Support the MLK Celebration in Lebanon.
Sponsorships and program ads are available for the annual event.
Please email MLKlebanon@gmail.com for details.