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Celebrate leadership on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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Words are powerful. Leaders use words to motivate for action and show compassion for others. We celebrate the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Jan. 16 as a national holiday. Dr. King’s famous words in his “I have a dream” speech in 1963 inspire us even today to act with courage to bring all people together in friendship and harmony. This special Kid Scoop page offers you the opportunity to communicate the power of compassionate words. Notice the powerful reading activities. 

Leaders in your town can be sponsors of the Kid Scoop educational feature year-round. Contact presidents of non-profit organizations, corporate non-profit units and local businesses that celebrate education. Not sure how to transform spot sales into sponsorships year-round? Ask us! Kid Scoop specializes in helping community newspapers develop long-term sponsorships and gain revenue from unique sources.

Newspaper opinions and local reporting sustains communities. Make your newspaper the leader in building leaders for the future from current schoolchildren. Give them the gift of reading your newspaper for their own page that also takes them into reading the rest of your pages. 

To learn more about Kid Scoop, contact Dan “Patio” Dalton at 909-793-9890.

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