MLK Day of Service was a huge Success! Thank You!

Many thanks once again to the Kingman Park Residents, Local Organizations and Groups who came out for the MLK Day of Service: Kingman Park Community Cleanup. The MLK Day of Service was a huge success!

On a day when there were many activities competing for people’s time, we still had over 60 volunteers and collected over 60 bags of trash.

Special thanks to Mr. Thomas Day from  DPW who was key in getting equipment and supplies disbursed; The Giorgio Family for their monetary donation and 7-Eleven in Kingman Park for the refreshment donation.

Thanks to the Organization and Groups: Friends of Kingman Park (FOKP),  Soccer on the Hill (SOTH), Rosedale Citizen Alliance (RCA), Kingman Park Rosedale Garden (KPRG), Georgetown Law Students, Censeo Consulting Group, UDC Law Students, Rob Stephens:Local Church Sunday School Class, Greater Washington Area Chapter of Women Lawyers (GWAC) and Capital Riverside Youth Sports Park (CRYSP).

I look forward to seeing you all for our next community cleanup. Thanks again!

Warm Regards,

Lisa White, ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park Community

Pictures of the MLK Day of Service Below:

MLK Day of Service in Kingman Park

Kingman Park Community

 A Day of Service

Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are committing to renew America together, one community at a time.

Honor His Legacy

 Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Memorial Holiday

  When: Monday, January 16, 2012

Time: 9:00am-12:00noon

Start at 500 blk of Oklahoma Ave N.E.

End at 500 blk of 19th Street N.E.


For more information; please contact

Lisa White

(202) 706- 4713


Sponsored by:

Friends of Kingman Park

Kingman Park Rosedale Community Garden

Community Members

DC Government Helping Hands Program



DC Day @ MLK Memorial



 Martin Luther King, Jr.


Join Mayor Vincent C. Gray, Tuesday, August 23, 2011 to be among the first people to be apart of national and DC history. Preview the newest memorial on the National Mall, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial.

 Here’s what you need to know:

Date: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 DC RESIDENTS’ DAY TIME: 8:00am to 10pm – (Please be in line before 9pm to ensure seeing the Memorial before is closes at 10pm.)

Lines: Line begins at 23rd Street and Independence Avenue, SW BRING YOUR OWN WATER! NO FOOD OR OTHER TYPES OF BEVERAGES ARE ALLOWED. · Tickets are not required on DC RESIDENTS’ DAY.

· No parking in the area or stopping or drop- offs on Independence Avenue. · Drop-off point for all vehicles, including taxicabs, is the north side of 23rd Street. · Drop-off point for all vehicles, including taxicabs, carrying seniors and people with limited mobility is Daniel French Drive at Independence Avenue.

· Take public transportation.

 · No bicycles.

· Wear comfortable, flat shoes and comfortable clothing. · Be prepared to stand in line.

· Respect the Memorial: o Keep the site clean, leave no trash or debris. 

Do not pick flowers or stones. 

No animals.

· Seniors and persons with limited mobility may consider visiting the site between 10am and 3pm on DC RESIDENTS’ DAY or visit on the soft opening Monday, August 22nd, when we expect the site to be less congested.

D.C. Residents To Get First Look at King Memorial


 The new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in West Potomac Park might not be officially dedicated until August 28, but District residents will get the chance to fix their gaze upon it earlier than that. According to details released during a press conference this morning, tens of thousands of tickets to a special D.C. Residents Day at the memorial on August 23 will be passed out to residents. The tickets will apparently be offered through the District’s website and at the King Library after August 18 — general admission tickets to the official unveiling ceremony were all spoken for weeks ago. (But if you want to look at it even sooner than that, you can always swing by West Potomac at 11 a.m. on the 22nd, which is when the cover will be lifted.) The city will play host to a weeklong celebration of King’s legacy, culminating with the official dedication; officials estimate that as many as 250,000 people will come to Washington for the celebration.