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Martin Luther King Positive Art Project kicks off

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YORK, Pa. (WHTM) -

The United Way hosted its 3rd Annual Martin Luther King Positive Art Project in York County Saturday.

Volunteers created works of art to illustrate Dr. King's famous quote, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is what are you doing for others?"

All artwork will be showcased at local businesses and restaurants in York beginning Tuesday, January 21.

Those businesses and restaurants include:

-Maewyn's

-Central Family Restaurant

-White Rose Bar and Grill

-Park Street Pantry

-Big Brothers Big Sisters

-Starbucks

Artists still seeking to contribute artwork can drop off their creations at the United Way building located at 800 E. King Street in York. 

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