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Hundreds enjoy 40th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade in Jacksonville

The event will feature floats, live performances from local marching bands dance troupes, decorated vehicles and more.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The 40th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade was held Monday in Jacksonville.

The annual event, presented by The Office of Ron Sholes P.A and The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Foundation, celebrates King's life and legacy while sharing his message of equality, opportunity and service to others.

The event featured floats, live performances from local marching bands dance troupes, decorated vehicles and more. The Office of Ron Sholes P.A also distributed t-shirts to spectators along the parade route.

Spectators were asked to follow local COVID-19 guidelines if attending in person which means wearing a mask and remaining socially distanced.

Click here for additional information about the parade.

Credit: Youhurtwefight.com / Office of Ron Sholes P.A

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