King breakfast to be held Monday in Arnold

January 16, 1998

Tickets are available for the 17th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast, to be held at 8: 30 a.m. Monday in the cafeteria at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold.

U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, a Maryland Democrat, will be the keynote speaker for the breakfast, which honors the slain civil rights worker's legacy.

Four county residents will receive awards.

Maria Casaco of Annapolis will receive the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award from the Annapolis Human Relations Commission for her Hispanic initiative with the county Department of Health Preventive Services.

She was instrumental in developing a comprehensive long-term strategy for preventing drug and alcohol abuse among the county's Spanish-speaking residents.

Carl O. Snowden of Annapolis, a former alderman, will receive the Dallas G. Pace Sr. Humanitarian Award from the Anne Arundel County Human Relations Commission.

William Snowden Keyes of Annapolis will receive the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award from the Anne Arundel Coalition of Tenants Inc. Keyes has been an educator, an academic counselor and a soldier.

He has worked in the Washington public school system and as an adviser at Georgetown University.

Darrell Wallace of Arnold will receive the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Zeitgeist Award from the Black Student Union.

Wallace, a campus security officer, is a mentor to members of the Black Student Union. In 1993, county police honored him with a citizen recognition award for outstanding performance in the line of duty.

Tickets are $15. Information: 410-626-1919.

Pub Date: 1/16/98

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