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On January 11, 2018, Texas College will host a ceremony in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.

The ceremony will begin at 10:45 AM in front of the band hall with a march, led by the Texas College Marching Band, and lead to the Steer Walk (located in front of the Connector). The celebration will feature selections from the Concert Choir and Band, with reflections from students, and remarks by President Dwight J. Fennell.

This event is free and open to the public.

About Texas College (TC)
Celebrating over 120 years of providing educational opportunities, Texas College is a historical black college founded in 1894, by a group of CME ministers. Our mission, which continues to embody the principles of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, is to ensure that the student body experiences balanced intellectual, psychological, social and spiritual development, aimed at enabling them to become active productive members of society where they live and work. TC is led by its 23rd President Dr. Dwight Fennell. To learn more about Texas College, visit us on the web at www.texascollege.edu. For information regarding planned giving, endowed scholarships and sponsorships, please contact The Office of the President at afennell@texascollege.edu or call 903.593.8311 ext. 2270.
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Wednesday, January 10th 2018 at 6:43PM
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