A large crowd showed up Monday for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Memorial Service sponsored by the Greater Shelby County Ministerial Coalition.
More than a hundred people packed the St. John U. M. C. to hear the "I have a Dream" message and be reminded that the holiday should be seen as, "A day on, not a day off." The Rev. Robert Marshall opened the ceremony that included messages and prayers from the Revs. Ron Holder, Kilen Gray, Tobias Pace and Don Burley.
The Rev. Alvin Goodwin of Louisville delivered the main message.
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