Morning Message for January 17

Dear Friends, Today is the last day before our four-day weekend begins, and we won’t see each other at Beauvoir until Tuesday. This coming Monday is the official day that Americans pause to honor the life of Dr. King, and many people will use this day to help serve and care for others in their…

Morning Message for January 16

Dear Friends, Did you know that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once walked the very same steps you take to visit our Cathedral? This is true! His very last sermon before he died was delivered in our beautiful Washington National Cathedral on March 31, 1968. Before the service, Dr. King gathered in Beauvoir’s own Taylor…

Morning Message for January 15

Happy Math Morning! Dr. Martin Luther King was born on this day in January 1929 and died in April 1968. See if you can answer the following questions below using your math brain! Good luck and have a PEACEFUL day! Love, Mrs. Gibbs-Wilborn\ 1. What year was it when Dr. King had his first birthday?…

Morning Message for January 14

Good morning! Have you ever heard someone use the word “extraordinary”? What do you think it means? The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King was considered an extraordinary man by many who knew him because he was able to use his peaceful voice to create change for the better on a global level. Dr. King felt…

Morning Message for January 13

Dear Beauvoir Friends, I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Wasn’t the sunny weather beautiful? It felt strange to be so warm in January! This week we will be approaching the birthday of a very special civil rights leader in the lives of Americans. We celebrate and remember his legacy, or the important gifts he left…