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The third Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Parade was held in Annapolis on Jan. 16, 2017. Mayor Michael Pantelides participated in the parade, which was hosted by the City of Annapolis. In addition to a lineup of local officials, businesses, various organizations and bands, individuals of all ages participated in this year’s celebration of love and unity. Helen Chambers, a well-respected leader and retired educator served as the parade’s grand marshal. The parade’s founder and this year’s co-chair. Phyllis Tee Adams is pictured holding the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. banner.

The third Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Parade was held in Annapolis on Jan. 16, 2017. Mayor Michael Pantelides participated in the parade, which was hosted by the City of Annapolis. In addition to a lineup of local officials, businesses, various organizations and bands, individuals of all ages participated in this year’s celebration of love and unity. Helen Chambers, a well-respected leader and retired educator served as the parade’s grand marshal. The parade’s founder and this year’s co-chair. Phyllis Tee Adams is pictured holding the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. banner.

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