The City of Phoenix Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast took Place January 12
Posted by Communications on 1/17/2018
The City of Phoenix Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast took place January 12, and Phoenix Union was a big part of the festivities. Governing Board member and city councilwoman Laura Pastor was the co-chair of the event, and with the help of Angela Foreman, Phoenix Union arts content specialist, the District was well represented.
Franklin Police and Fire 100-mile club students were up at 5 a.m. to run the Flame of Hope torch to the convention center. There were performances by the Betty Fairfax Acapella Choir; Cesar Chavez Drumline; North theater students; Carl Hayden’s Jazz Band and Chamber Brass; Cesar Chavez cheer squad and the South Mountain Step Team.