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By Donna Cope
Contemplating ways to better the community, sharing ideals of justice and unity, and giving back are some of the ways Alabama Power employees celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 18.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic and social distancing needs, many members of the Alabama Power Service Organization (APSO) found ways to honor King’s legacy and help their communities.
Jason Watters was among Magic City APSO Chapter members who took part in a 1-mile Freedom Walk in King’s commemoration. Afterward, he made a lifesaving blood donation to help restore the nation’s blood banks, which are running low because of the novel coronavirus.
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