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Wytheville MLK Walk and Program postponed

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Wytheville’s annual MLK Walk and Program to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., slated for Sunday afternoon, has been postponed. Organizers will announce a new date and time later. The yearly event begins with a walk down Main Street and concludes with a program that features a keynote speaker and a special program.


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