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MLK Celebration Dinner 2013 - Sacramento, CA

MLK Committee

Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PST)

Sacramento, CA

MLK Celebration Dinner 2013 - Sacramento, CA

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
MLK Celebration Dinner Ended $100.00 $6.49
Table Sponsorship Ended $750.00 $32.45
BRONZE SPONSOR   more info Ended $1,000.00 $39.95
SILVER SPONSOR   more info Ended $2,000.00 $69.95
GOLD SPONSOR:   more info Ended $5,000.00 $159.95
PLATINUM SPONSOR   more info Ended $10,000.00 $309.95

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Event Details

What: 14th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Dinner
When: Saturday, January 12, 2013
Time: 5:00 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: Sacramento Convention Center, 14 and J Streets, Sacramento
Cost: $100 per person, $750 for table of 8
 
 
Join us for the 14th Annual MLK, Jr. Celebration Dinner as we hear from our keynote speaker, Former Coach Ken Carter, who was famously portrayed by Samual Jackson in the movie “Coach Carter”,
 
This annual celebration inspires us all to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and to motivate us to continue to build on his message of service to our communities. Proceeds raised from the event benefit local non-profit organizations that assist families and children.
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Sacramento Convention Center
1400 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PST)


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MLK Committee

Co-founder, Dr. Dorothy Enomoto, was a classmate and close friend of Dr. King. Their friendship – sealed by sharing valedictorian honors at Booker T. Washington Senior High School in Atlanta – continued through the remainder of his life. Co-Founder, Jerry Enomoto has the distinction of being the first Asian Pacific American to receive a presidential appointment as United States Marshal in 1994, when President Clinton did just that.

The late Congressman Robert T. Matsui served as the honorary co-chair at the inception of the dinner; his wife, Congresswoman Doris O. Matsui took over the role after his death in 2005.

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