MLK program is tonight at BHS

Rev. Dr. Samuel Berry McKinney, college classmate and lifetime friend of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will speak at  “Voices of Four Generations: Carrying on the Dream of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9 in Bainbridge High’s LGI auditorium.

Appearing with Rev. McKinney will be principal Patricia Moncure Thomas, educator, author, historian and president of the Black Historical Society of Kitsap County; state Rep. Drew Hansen, author of “The Dream: The Speech That Inspired a Nation”; Rosie Rimando Chareunsap, vice president of South Seattle Community College, BHS ’95, and a early president of BHS United Brothers & Sisters (UBS); and Ali Saunders, BHS ’13, president of UBS.

The public program is a presentation of the Sing Out Kitsap committee ( in cooperation with Bainbridge Schools; Bainbridge School Foundation; United Brothers and Sisters, a BHS student club; and the Filipino American Community of Bainbridge Island.

Donations are appreciated but not required.

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