Huntsville hosts Martin Luther King Jr. Parade

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HUNTSVILLE, Al. - The Martin Luther King Jr. Parade took place in downtown Huntsville Saturday.

The event was free to the public, and everyone was invited to attend.

The parade started at noon and lasted for about an hour. The parade featured local groups and organizations along with floats.

The theme for this year's parade is "Keeping The Dream Alive". It will hosted by the Delta Theta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Martin Luther King Jr. was a registered member of this fraternity. This is the third year they have hosted the parade.

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