West Bloomfield School District is proud to host the 26th Annual United We Walk community event on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. at West Bloomfield High School (4925 Orchard Lake Road). The theme for this year’s event is MLK365 ON THE RUN: The Time is NOW to Do What is Right.
United We Walk will present a short program in the high school's entrance atrium. Following the program, attendees will then make their way outside to and walk as a group down Orchard Lake Road to Walnut Lake Road and then return to the high school. The West Bloomfield High School winter drumline under the direction of Noah Dyer and Chris Vilag will lead the walk.
After the walk, complimentary light refreshments will be served in the high school atrium sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Iota Rho Lambda Chapter, Oakland County Chapter.
Attendees will then after the opportunity to participate in a community service project to benefit Grace Centers of Hope through the creation of Hands-On Care Packages.
Jennifer Graham, United We Walk Adult Chairperson said, “We strive to continue to uplift the life and legacy of Dr. King and keep his dream alive. We invite the community to join us as we work on various service projects during the event to serve others.”
Important Note for Drivers During Walk
Orchard Lake Road will be temporarily closed by the West Bloomfield Police Department to conduct the Walk from 3-3:30 p.m. If you plan to walk or volunteer during this period, please arrive at West Bloomfield High School by 2:30 p.m. Orchard Lake Road will reopen after the Walk. An alternative, driving route, if you can only arrive between 3-3:30 p.m., that will provide direct access to West Bloomfield High School, at all times, is Green Road from Walnut Lake Road. Green Road will allow drivers to come directly into the West Bloomfield High School parking lot at the traffic light.
For more information, contact the United We Walk committee at email@example.com.