King parade set Monday in city

January 14, 2003

Baltimore's third annual parade in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. will take place Monday, with "Keeping the Faith" as its theme, Mayor Martin O'Malley announced yesterday.

The parade will begin at noon - regardless of the weather - and proceed along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from Eutaw to Baltimore streets, lasting about two hours, organizers said. The reviewing stand will be at Franklin Street.

The parade will feature a tribute to Clarence H. Du Burns, the first black mayor of Baltimore, who died Sunday.

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