Event honors Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy

Sunday, January 22, 2017
Members of the Mountain Home Black History Committee present Angela Taylor with a statue of an angel following her presentation at this year's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. prayer breakfast on Saturday.

Martin Luther King Jr. and his call for Americans to serve others lived on during a yearly event held in his memory.

Church leaders, community representatives, local military veterans and others packed into the Elk's Lodge in Mountain Home on Saturday during this year's prayer breakfast.

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Pastor Dana Williams from the No Limits Christian Ministry holds up her grandson, Jaedin, as she offers up a prayer on behalf of all children during this year's prayer breakfast. Her grandson recently underwent a blood transfusion to help him combat sickle cell anemia.
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