30 Years of Legacy

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MLK social justice awards, special recognition highlight local celebration

Sulphur Springs city council member Rev. Harold Nash (center) read a proclamation during the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration and social justice awards presentation for the family of Jimmie Lurleene Harrison, former Sulphur Springs educator who passed away Dec. 16, 2019, held at Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Monday evening. Staff photo by Jillian Smith
The 30th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration and social justice awards presentations drew a capacity crowd Monday evening at Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs. The colorful event shirts worn by the choir and other participants in the program set the mood for the hour-and-a-half-long program that included Deacon Ricky God-bolt as master of ceremony and…

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