Hundreds volunteer in Milwaukee for MLK Day

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on January 18, 2012

On Monday, about 400 people volunteered with City Year of Milwaukee to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s commitment to civil rights and service.  The organization says that MLK Day is their biggest service day of the year.

One of the projects City Year planned involved 5 hours of work to beautify and repair Alexander Hamilton High School.  More than 50 students showed up at the school on their day off to help with the projects.

City Year of Milwaukee used a grant from Volunteer Wisconsin to purchase equipment and materials needed for their MLK Day service projects.  Volunteer Wisconsin helps organize service projects and groups throughout the state.

The Milwaukee bankruptcy lawyers of DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC would like to thank all who participated in service projects to better the community, Milwaukee, and the state of Wisconsin.  Read more about some of the MLK Day of Service events at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel website.

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