City Year Milwaukee to lead volunteers at North Division High School in King Celebration

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On Monday, January 21, City Year Milwaukee will lead over 350 volunteers for a full day of service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at North Division High School. City Year, a national organization that unites teams of young people for a year of service in high-need urban schools, mobilizes its 2,500 corps members nationwide and thousands more volunteers each Martin Luther King, Jr. Day for service in the community. City Year considers the holiday a day on, not a day off, for its staff and corps members.

City Year Milwaukee will have 90 corps members and staff working with over 350 local community and business leaders to help beautify North Division High School. Volunteers will beautify the school by painting murals, painting quotes, and doing some light carpentry work.

WHAT:           City Year Milwaukee will mobilize volunteers for a Day of Service
in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

WHEN:           Monday, January 21, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.

WHERE:        North Division High School

1011 West Center Street

Milwaukee, WI 53206

WHO:             Jason M. Holton, Executive Director and Vice President, City Year Milwaukee

Sandy Pasch, State Representative, 10th Assembly District joining luncheon

90 City Year staff and corps members

350 community volunteers, including 150 UW-Madison students

 


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