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2017 MLK Day Community Events

In addition to these community events, members of the St. Norbert  College community participate in numerous opportunities. Check them out!

Brown County Community Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
Saturday, Jan.14, 2017 
10:30 a.m.-Noon 
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College 
Theme: "Unity in My Community"
22nd Annual Community Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday

A free event for all ages and cultures!

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The 2nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration Committee invites submissions to its annual poster, essay, poetry competition. The contest is open to all students enrolled in a Brown County institution of higher education, as well as all school-age children (K-12) living or attending school in Brown County. Entries must reflect the Celebration’s theme, which is "Unity in My Community.” The first place prize is an iPad mini. The event will be held in the Student Center of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. The event is free and open to the public. Winning and receiving the award are contingent on attending the event. Entry forms and submission instructions are available at
 Divine Temple Church of God in Christ
TBA Martin Luther King, Jr. Service at Divine Temple Church of God in Christ, 425 Cherry Street, Green Bay
Fox Cities MLK Day Program
Monday, January 16, 2017.
6:30-8:00 pm 
The keynote speaker will be Leonard Pitts. In a career spanning 40 years, Leonard Pitts, Jr. has been a columnist, a college professor, a radio producer and a lecturer. He is a writer and author of one of the most popular newspaper columns in the country and of a series of critically-acclaimed books, including his latest, a novel called Grant Park. And his lifelong devotion to the art and craft of words has yielded stellar results, chief among them the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Information can be found on Facebook