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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Romulus Community Celebration

Musical Selection Introduction of Speaker

Reverend Christopher Hale Macee Logerstedt Romulus NHS Student Pastor Nelson A. Henry Life Coach/Motivational Teacher Reverend Arthur Willis Pastor Bob Harper Romulus Wesleyan Church Kindergarten & Second Grade Students of Romulus Elementary School Led by Kindergarten & Second Grade Students of Romulus Elementary School

MOVING FORWARD...Making Humanity A Career

January 21, 2013
Introduction Reverend Arthur Willis, Pastor Pentecostal Baptist Church Romulus Ministerial Alliance Mark Zockheem, Pastor United Church of Faith Cindy Gibbs, Pastor Community United Methodist Church Boy Scouts of America Romulus Troop 872 Desha Wheeler, Tajanae Dell & Queen Bulls Romulus High School Students Paul Gross, Caleb Simms & Todd Graham Romulus High School Students Alan Lambert, Mayor City of Romulus Robert McLachlan, Board President Romulus Community Schools Stacy Paige, Romulus City Treasurer Robert Ficano, Wayne County Chief Executive Hoon-Yung Hopgood, State Senator Tim Michling for State Representative Doug Geiss CJ Lloyd, Bria Jones & Desjane McDonald Romulus High School Students Audriana Lewis, Shawna Underwood, Tremaine Austin, Martenesha Mitchell Chavonne Mitchell, Anthony Williams Emmanuel Porter Community High School Students Thomas Heyward & Durrice Green Romulus High School Senior Isaiah Bonner, 5 grader Halecreek Elementary School

Keynote Speaker

Closing Remarks Closing Prayer

Scripture St. John 15:10-13


Tribute to Dr. King

Color Guard National Anthem

We Shall Overcome (Community Sing)

Lift Every Voice & Sing

A Special Thank You

To those who worked behind the scenes to make this program possible
Romulus Rotary Pancake Breakfast Romulus Police Department Romulus Fire Department Romulus Ministerial Alliance Romulus Department Public Works City of Romulus Cable Department Halecreek Elementary School, Dorothy West, Principal Romulus Elementary School, Margie McAnally, Principal Romulus High School, Hal Heard, Principal Romulus High School Custodial Staff Romulus Middle School, Jason Salhaney, Principal Romulus Middle School Custodial Staff Romulus Community High, Reginald Grantham, Principal Romulus Education Association for financial support Kathy Abdo and RHS National Honor Society St. John Lodge #44 Betty Lenossi, Shuttle Services Kathy Norred, Food Services Maria Lambert, Poster Creator, City of Romulus Alyson Reece, RHS Band/Choral Director Chef Banks and RHS Culinary Arts Class Romulus Community Schools Info Channel Technicians Boy Scout Troop 872 and Scout Masters Wayne Laginess & Ken Beard Martin Luther King planning committee is a collaboration of the City of Romulus, Romulus Community School District, The Romulus Ministerial Alliance, Wayne County and the Romulus Community.

Remarks and Introduction of Romulus Elected Officials Introduction of Romulus Board of Education Acknowledgement of Dignitaries Special Remarks

Trumpet Trio

Poem And-2-Morrow by Tupac

Clarinet & Flute Duet

Oral Presentation

Pastor Nelson Anthony Henry

Nelson Anthony Henry is a native of Detroit, Michigan. He received his education in the Detroit Public Schools System. His next stop was Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA where he was very involved. He was named the preachers preacher on campus by his peers. Academically, he graduated magna cum laude, a member of Golden Key National Honors Society, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, president of Kappa Delta Epsilon, Beta Psi Chapter, a national education fraternity, and the top-ranking senior in his class in his major, Education/Child Development. From The HOUSE, Nelson went on to earn a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership from Oakland University of Rochester, MI as a King/Chavez/Parks (KCP) Fellow. In his spare time, his hobbies include reading, sports, music, and creative concepts. In addition, Nelson loves studying the Bible. He is an ordained minister of twenty years and has preached and taught all over the country. During his career, he has served as the project director at the Detroit Lions Academy, an alternative middle school. There, he was responsible for planning field trips, coordinating volunteer organizations, facilitating school wide assemblies, and fundraising and development. He has taught in the Detroit Public Schools System. Also, he has been a Language Arts Instructor in the Wayne County Community College District Adult Education Department. Currently, he teaches in the Inkster Public Schools System and lectures at Eastern Michigan University in the Teacher Education Department. Moreover, Nelson is the senior pastor and founder of Faith Central Church, a multicultural congregation. Lastly, he is CEO/Founder of Charisma Circle, LLC, the premier multi-dimensional leadership, teambuilding, and personal growth and development organization of excellence in that he fulfills his passion as a life coach to help develop purpose-driven people. Pastor Henrys personal theme of 2013 is: Marked for Greater!


Making Humanity A Career


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