The 10th annual Community Diversity Breakfast celebrating the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be held Jan. 16 at 9 a.m. at Benham School House Inn.
Karida Brown, a Ph.D candidate and incoming assistant professor at UCLA, is the keynote speaker.
Brown, while being born in Long Island, New York, has ties to the region. She is the daughter of Richard and Anita Davis Brown, formerly of Lynch.
Carolyn M. Sundy, Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College vice president for diversity, noted the importance of the annual celebration. “We will come together on Jan. 16 to celebrate the dynamic life of Dr. King. We invite all to come out and take part in this wonderful event and enjoy a great breakfast and experience a delightful time of fellowship,” she said.
The breakfast meal will consist of orange juice, milk and coffee, scrambled eggs, sausage, cinnamon fried apples and biscuits and gravy. The price of the meal is $9.95 plus tax.
For more information, contact Sundy, SKCTC Cumberland campus, at 606-589-3052.