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Hillsborough parade, prayers and breakfast mark King remembrance

Martin Luther King Jr. parade: The 1.5-mile, 22nd annual community parade in Tampa serves as a fundraiser for the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund. E Martin Luther King Boulevard at N 15th Street to 22nd Street, then north to Osborne Avenue. Noon-3 p.m. Monday. Free. (813) 886-1375.

TOBA 30th annual Dr. MLK Leadership Breakfast: The Tampa Organization of Black Affairs speaker will be Angela Gittens, director general of Airport Council International World. 6:45-10 a.m. Monday, Hyatt Regency Tampa, 211 N Tampa St., Tampa. $30 individual; $500 corporate table (seats 10); no tickets at door. (813) 874-8622. See for ticket sales locations.

Plant City Freedom Walk: Walk a mile at Samuel W. Cooper Park, at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Ninth Street, any time between 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday as a DJ plays Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech along with some jazz.

Soul Roll Invitational Skate Jam MLK Gospel Brunch: Includes an IHOP pancake brunch and gospel music by DJ Joe Bowen. Noon-3 p.m. today, United Skates of America, 5121 N Armenia Ave., Tampa. $10. (813) 876-5826.

Soul Roll Invitational Skate Jam Gospel Skate: This one features all-you-can-eat pizza and soda. 6:30-9 p.m. Monday, United Skates of America, 5121 N Armenia Ave., Tampa. $7; $5 nonskating adult. (813) 876-5826.

Hillsborough parade, prayers and breakfast mark King remembrance 01/16/10 [Last modified: Saturday, January 16, 2010 8:57pm]
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