|Essay contest, youth summit set to honor Dr. King|
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|Tuesday, December 04, 2012 3:34 PM|
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Indiana Holiday Commission will present the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. Indiana Holiday Celebration and Youth Summit Jan. 17.
The commissions also have introduced an Art, Writing and Multimedia
Contest for high school students and a Day of Service on Jan. 18.
than 350 students from across the state, grades six through eight, will
take part in the 22nd Annual Dr. King Youth Summit Jan. 17. Students
will begin their journey in the Indiana State Museum where they will
take part in interactive programming and listen to famous speeches by
Dr. King. Students will then travel across West Street for the
The Statehouse program, which is open to the
public for no charge, is expected to bring together more than 500
students, state employees, local and state government officials, human
rights agencies and Indiana residents from across the state to celebrate
the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
former Indianapolis Colts linebacker and philanthropist, will deliver
the keynote address. There will also be remarks by a member of the
Governor’s office and the presentation of four awards. The awards
ceremony will be highlighted by the Passing the Torch award which will
be given, along with a $500 college scholarship, to the winner of the
Art, Writing and Multimedia Contest.
The Art, Writing and Multimedia
Contest requires students to select a medium to highlight a community
service project they are currently or have been a part of.
For more information about the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Indiana Holiday Celebration and Youth Summit, or to find out more about the Day of Service and volunteer opportunities in your area, visit www.in.gov/icrc or call 1-800-628-2909.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, December 05, 2012 3:37 PM|