Posted by NHT on Jan 17, 2018
The 32nd Annual MLK Jr. community breakfast, co-sponsored and organized by the Waterville Rotary Club, was a big hit again this year. As in past years, the event was a near sell-out and the program brought out some incredible community supporters including President David A. Greene and our own amazing Rotarians. (We'd like to see MORE amazing Rotarians at this breakfast next year if we continue to help organize this community event.) 
Thank you to Rotarians Buffy Higgins (master of ceremonies), Richard Dorian (invocation) and Rotarian Reverend Alice Anderman (benediction) for being a huge part of this annual event. As always, music and youth participation was a highlight of this gathering; during the program, attendees were asked to join in song for “Let There Be Peace on Earth,” accompanied by violinist Peter Garrett, Founder of Kennebec Messalonskee Trails. Our best performance of the year! The Tourmaline Singers performed two songs led by Harry Vayo, and the audience also enjoyed the talents of violin player Pyper Birch from the Snow Pond Arts Academy.
Watch a news clip of the event here on the WABI-TV website!