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Green Bay students celebrate King holiday

7:05 AM, Jan. 22, 2013
Washington Middle School student program presenters Allen Brantley, left, and Merell Marshall watch a video on Martin Luther King Jr.
Washington Middle School student program presenters Allen Brantley, left, and Merell Marshall watch a video on Martin Luther King Jr.
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Students at Washington Middle School celebrated Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday Monday with a variety of activities, including a special party with cupcakes.

The Washington Middle School Strivers, a group of black students working toward college, planned the day's events.

Also in Green Bay on Monday, Arketype Inc. and its employees invited nonprofit organizations from around the downtown area to a "Soup Kitchen for a Day" lunch. The event also was intended to celebrate the diversity of the city's downtown area and get a lot of nonprofit staffers together socially for perhaps the first ...

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