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13 Things To Do for MLK Jr. Weekend

Whether you're wanting to honor Martin Luther King Jr. with others or on your own this weekend, here are 13 ideas for you to try out:

  1. Donate a backpack or suitcase to foster children in Macon, Milledgeville or Hawkinsville. See dropoff locations:
  2. Volunteer in the soup kitchen at Daybreak Center in downtown Macon.
  3. Attend the march in Perry Monday at 9 a.m.
  4. Visit a Ga. National park. Fees are waived for Saturday, January 19.  
  5. Listen to this unreleased MLK Jr. interview found in an attic.
  6. Attend the parade in Dublin Saturday. That starts at noon. 
  7. Participate in Milledgeville's MLK Jr. March Monday at noon. Route begins in Huley Park. 
  8. Attend the MLK Jr. breakfast celebration Monday at 7:30 a.m. That's at 2048 Jeffersonville Road. Donation: $5, or reserve a table of eight for $40. Call 478-474-8378.
  9. Participate or attend the Macon march that starts in four directions and meets in the front of Macon City Hall. They four groups culminate in front of City Hall with a brief presentation. That's Monday at noon.
  10. In Warner Robins, CK's Lounge North Davis Dr. 1-4 p.m., Monday, Jan. 21st
  11. Listen to Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech now.
  12. Put this Warner Robins concert on your calendar for Jan. 31 commemorating MLK Jr.
  13. Write your own "I Have a Dream" speech.  


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