Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s words still inspire at 22nd annual event
The Rev. Dr. Vincent P. Oliver speaks of the long way the country has come in the civil rights movement, yet also discussed the need to continue the work with vigilance and not rest on past sucesses. BY DENY HOWETH
January 24, 2014
Approximately 200 people attended the banquet dinner held at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes Jan. 18. BY DENY HOWETH
Cagney France and Estelle Parker-Selby sing during the musical selection. BY DENY HOWETH
Mistress of Ceremonies Graceleane Gibbs-Tabler welcomes participants. BY DENY HOWETH
The Rev. George Edwards delivers the invocation. BY DENY HOWETH
Marjorie Biles and Linda Duffy sing during the musical selection. BY DENY HOWETH
Entertainer Regina Parsons sings during the dinner. BY DENY HOWETH
Linda Duffy recognizes guests and groups at the dinner. BY DENY HOWETH
The 22nd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. banquet celebrated the 50th anniversary King's "I have a dream" speech.
Speakers and participants shared the importance of continuing the spirit of unity King set forth.