Undeterred by the bitter cold, a large crowd gathered Monday morning to march through downtown Southern Pines in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The town's annual celebration of King's birthday continued at Southern Pines Primary School, where a free program was presented by the Moore County NAACP. (Photographs by Ted Fitzgerald/The Pilot)
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