Raven Purifoy said, “I think Martin Luther Kings legacy was very important, everything he did to work towards making a better future for everybody to be together.” Purifoy was just one of the dozens of kids who spent her day celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr by giving back. “Good to get youth motivated today to understand and learn to get out and help and I feel like I made a difference today.” Kids at the boys and girls club got to show off their talent--- they sang, and danced, put on puppet shows and had a reading of the famous I have a dream speech. But most importantly the kids got to help out their community. Linda Nelson and Anjanette McBride helped put on the event, “It’s really about the youth, engage them to learn about volunteerism and knowing the importance about the MLK vision.” The kids put together bags full of goodies then marched down to CASA--- the Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA believes that all children have the right to a safe, loving, permanent home. “As they have kids come into the program they will have a bag prepared for the kids.” The program wrapped up this afternoon with a closing ceremony at the New Providence church.