Miramonte Christian School Students Participate in MLK National Day of Service

Miramonte Christian School Students Participate in MLK National Day of Service

 

 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’”

Recently, Miramonte Christian School (MCS) honored his legacy by observing the Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service. Service is defined as “act(s) of helpful activity; help; aid.” As an activist for civil rights, MLK spoke about strengthening the community by alleviating poverty, ending racism, and creating a mutual understanding and love between people. He taught that strength comes from a community working together as a whole, giving back to all to strengthen communities and break down barriers.

During their day of service, some of the MCS students participated in thanking the Mountain View Police Department officers with the MCS theme for this year “Unity in C❤mmUNITY”.

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Printed: April 2021  – Page 1 of 1

Article reprint from Adventistfaith.com on February 2021

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