Rep. Hamilton Joins 47th Frontiers International Breakfast to Honor the Late Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Photo: Rep. Sandy Hamilton (99th District) poses with students attending the Dr. King Memorial Breakfast.

State Representative Sandy Hamilton (R-Springfield), as one of her first official duties as the newly appointed State Representative for the 99th District, was proud to attend the 47th Annual Memorial Breakfast sponsored by the Springfield Chapter of Frontiers International.

“I was proud to be able to attend this event with many community leaders, students and constituents to continue to remember the life and good works of Dr. King,” commented Rep. Sandy Hamilton. “The powerful impact of his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech is still being felt nearly five decades later.”

The breakfast was held at the Wyndham Springfield City Centre on East Adams Street with the special guest speakers Rev. T. Ray McJunkins, pastor of Union Baptist Church, and Rev. William DeShone Rosser M.Div., D.Min., Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.

Rev. T. Ray McJunkins was the first speaker for the 47th Annual Memorial Breakfast held in Springfield.
Rev. William DeShone Rosser was the second speaker to honor and remember the impact of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the 47th Annual Memorial Breakfast.

Frontiers International is a service organization incorporated in 1938 as Frontiers of America, to address the complex civil and social problems of the times. Their mission is achieved through service to others and by harnessing the cooperative influence of community leaders and directing that influence towards solutions to major issues that are civic, social and racial in nature. Charged with identifying and addressing a need in their respective communities, men and women in over 30 clubs across the country strive to live up to the Frontiers motto, Advancement Through Service.