Powhatan students serve community on MLK Day

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Posted: January 22, 2013

The Winchester Star

Ten-year-old Kimmy Gronauer of Winchester asks Altire L. Pendleton of Millwood if he would like any condiments for his chili. She and her fellow fifth-grade classmates at Powhatan School in Boyce prepared and served the meal as part of the national day of service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Powhatan School fifth-graders Pippa Coutts (left) of Berryville and Megan Czaban of Purcellville serve salad during a free community lunch at the Millwood Community Center on Monday.
Handley High School freshman Crystal Kemp and other members of the school’s Interact Club head up Baker Street on Martin Luther King Jr. Day with bags of items to distribute to neighborhood residents for a United Way youth service project.
At left, Maxine McGill of Boyce thanks Powhatan School fifth-grader Elaina Bowman, 11, of Winchester for helping to prepare the meal that was served Monday at the Millwood Community Center.

WINCHESTER — He who would be great must give the most service to others.

That phrase from civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., said United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley President…

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