This post is paid advertising by Salem United Church of Christ and Lebanon County NAACP.
This free, unstaffed, self-guided walk has nine activity stations for children located around the outside perimeter of the church building. Ample signage will encourage participants to follow the numbered clues to find the treasures at each station. As you follow the walk, you will be encouraged to learn, be inspired, and consider how you can carry on Dr. King’s work today.
Held outside the Salem United Church of Christ, 2761 Horseshoe Pike (Rt. 322), Campbelltown.
During daylight hours – from when it’s light enough to see till it’s too dark to see.
Ample free parking in the corner lot at Hinkle Road and Rt. 322.
Inclement weather dates: Sat. Feb. 5—Sun. Feb. 6.
A fun, educational, and inspiring event for children of all ages!
The MLK Treasure Walk is sponsored by the Salem UCC in collaboration with the Lebanon County NAACP Branch 26AA.
For more information, contact the Lebanon County NAACP at firstname.lastname@example.org.