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People say what Martin Luther King Day means to them

South Side players show volunteer spirit on MLK Day

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
South Side High School basketball players, from left, Darshana Nathan, Lakyn Gulley, Lee Anna Washington and Malaia Jackson clean the shelves and kitchen items while volunteeering at the Mustard Seed Furniture Bank on Illinois Road on Monday, their day off from school for Martin Luther King Day.

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