MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. WALK AND COMMUNITY MEETING JANUARY 19 ,2019!
On Sat, Jan 19, 1p – 3:30 pm, the Round Rock Black History Organization, with participation from Round Rock Independent School District, the First Baptist Church of Round Rock, the Round Rock Black History Organization, and the City of Round Rock is presenting the 32nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Celebration.
The celebration includes a commemorative walk followed by a program at the First Baptist Church of Round Rock, located at 306 Round Rock Ave in Round Rock.
The commemorative walk begins at the City of Round Rock McConico Building, at 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Parade participants and marchers, led by an ROTC Color Guard from Hutto High School, and a drumline from Cedar Ridge High School of Round Rock ISD, will assemble at 1 p.m., and begin the walk promptly at 1:30 p.m. The walk will last approximately 15 minutes and end at the First Baptist Church.
A program with speakers and entertainment will start at 2 pm at First Baptist Church.. The program will feature The Levites, an acclaimed gospel group. It will also include the CD Fulkes Middle School Choir, and the Praise Dancers of Sweet Home Baptist Church. Emcees include The Honorable Hilda Montgomery, City Council of Round Rock, and Ed Hardin, Executive Director of the Dr. James Polk Academy of Arts and Technology.
The Guest Speaker will be Tina Steiner, Adam educator from Round Rock ISD. Tina was appointed Commissioner of the Round Rock Housing Authority in March 2017. Tina is a member of El Amistad Club, Chamber of Commerce Infrastructure Council, Community Liaison for the Heart of Round Rock, Local Legend Selection Committee, and the Rodeo Austin Ambassador Committee.
The Speaker of the Occasion will be Master Bronson Burleson of Sweet Home Baptist Church, in Round Rock.
The public is invited to participate by attending the walk, carrying banners, and attending the program. Attendance is free of charge and all are welcome. Corporate supporters include Round Rock Nissan, Wag A Bag, Henna Chevrolet, and 3M Company. Non-corporate supporters include St. Paul A.M.E., First Baptist Church, Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church, One Way Baptist Church, Sweet Home Baptist Church, Bahai’ Faith of Round Rock, and the Round Rock Public Library.
For further information, please call 512-567-6988 or email email@example.com
GIRL TROOP AND BOY TROOP ENROLLMENT IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2019!
Scouting BSA Girl Troop 531 and Boy Troop 53 will be forming in Round Rock in January and February. Scouting is open to youth in 6th grade or age 11 through high school or age 18. 2019 is the first year that Scouting BSA, formally Boy Scouts of America, opens access to girls in this iconic program for the older age group. Girls have been in Cub Scouting as den members for about a year.
See the post on this home page for more information. The troops’ representatives will be at Ridgeview and CD Fulkes campuses in January and February. Troop 53 (boys) need only one boy to form its troop. Its Scoutmaster is an Eagle Scout, originally from Chicago. Troop 531 is brand new, and there are two of the ten girls required to form the troop. As these are new troops, the families are able to set the tone for each troop going forward.
With the introduction of girl troops, this provides co-planning for camping activities where all youth in the 11-18 year old age group can advance when camping, attending merit badge workshops high adventure programs, etc.
SUNDAY MORNING INTERFAITH DEVOTIONAL, STUDY, AND PRE-K CLASSES
You are welcome to join us on Sunday mornings for fellowship and study of the Baha’i Faith.
- 10:30 a.m. Interfaith devotions for all age groups. Please come and share your prayers and meditations with us.
- 11:00 a.m. Study of family and community consultation.
- 11:00 a.m. Concurrent classes for children who have not yet entered 1st Grade
Interfaith devotions may be held in any space. The article linked below represents options in interfaith devotionals. Our Sunday morning devotional is open to all Faiths. Please bring a prayer, mediation, or thought to share.
How Interfaith Prayer Gatherings are Changing Communities
About the Baha’i Faith
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