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When Barbara Lunon was growing up in Little Rock's South End area, her life was enhanced by volunteers who helped her with school work.

She's 61 years old now, retired after a 35-year career in the National Guard, and is busy making her own impact on young pupils as a tutor through AR Kids Read, a nonprofit, volunteer-based literacy intervention program.

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The cold weather didn’t stop people from honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. with an annual parade downtown.

Baltimore remembered Dr. King’s legacy Monday with a parade on the boulevard that bears his name.

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LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Hundreds were given more than just a hot plate of food at the February monthly meal at the Patterson Center.

Saturday was also special, because it was the group’s three year anniversary since they began the feeding fellowship.

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People from El Paso came together to celebrate Black History Month at a parade that started on the corner of Montana Street and Pershing Street on Saturday, Feb. 23.

People followed the parade as it made its way to Mary Webb Park in order to start the celebrations with food and music. The event was organized by Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority.

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Dental Health Care Event Prep

Dentist Dr. Jonathan Bullard the Georgia Dental Association's dental health care event starting Friday at the James Brown Arena in Augusta, GA.

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September 14, 2017 (LaGrange, GA) –

Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority Inc (KEΨ) and HazingPrevention.Org (HPO), who share a mission to prevent hazing and educate others to be empowered to prevent hazing, have joined together in a mutually beneficial partnership agreement, in advance of National Hazing Prevention Week which begins September 18th.

‘Hazing occurs at high schools and universities, in fraternities and sororities, bands, sports and in the military’ says Emily Pualwan, Executive Director of HazingPrevention.Org, ‘the mission of our nonprofit organization is to use prevention methodologies to educate, advocate and empower all groups to effectively eradicate hazing in our communities.’ Lenore M. ...

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Get the route and more for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Baltimore.

By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

BALTIMORE, MD — There will be several events to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Baltimore City on Monday, Jan. 15.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade in Baltimore City will feature a variety of guest appearances and performances. There will also be a special concert and celebration at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

This year's observance of MLK Day falls on Jan. 15, King's actual birthday. The renowned civil rights leader was born in Atlanta on Jan. 15, 1929. The holiday also comes ahead of the 50th anniversary of King's assassination on April 4, 1968.

Government buildings and Baltimore schools will be closed to reco...

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More than 100 people gathered around City Hall on Monday night for a celebration of unity in which businesses and other organizations that helped those affected by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey were honored.

The informal, 30-minute event was hosted by Southern CC, Inc., a nonprofit that aims to provide affordable housing and care for veterans in the community.

Southern CC Inc. CEO Tony U. Brown said he was inspired by how multiple businesses came together to help those in need during the recent hurricanes.

“Everyone came together and the balls started rolling,” Brown said.

Brown said he wanted to encourage people to engage in more community service for people impacted by national disasters.

“Let’s come together a...

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