The San Marcos City Council honored community leaders for planning Monday’s Martin Luther King Day events. Front row, left to right: San Marcos Daniel Guerrero, Jon Leonard, Harvey Miller, Mike Armstead, Rose Brooks and Jonnie Wilson. Back row, left to right: City Councilmembers Kim Porterfield, Fred Terry, and Jude Prather, Albert Armstead, City Councilmembers Chris Jones and Shane Scott, and Hays County Precinct 1 Constable David Peterson. Photo by Don Anders.
Community and Texas State leaders were recognized earlier this month for preparing Monday’s Martin Luther King Day commemoration.
The program began with a 10:30 a.m. meeting on the steps of the Hays County Courthouse and continued with a march down LBJ Drive and MLK Drive to the Dunbar Community Center.
The council also recognized a Texas State planning committee that prepared this week’s events to celebrate the civil rights legacy throughout this week.
The San Marcos City Council honored the planning committee at Texas State, which prepared a week of activities to honor Martin Luther King. Front row, left to right: San Marcos City Councilmember Chris Jones, Cynovia Hall, Kevin Ross, Jonnie Wilson, Ebony Littlefield, and Mayor Daniel Guerrero; Back row, left to right: City Councilmembers Fred Terry, Shane Scott, and Kim Porterfield, Albert Armstead, City Councilmember Jude Prather, and Russalynne Griggs. Photo by Don Anders.