Kennedy King Dinner 2010

“Some men see things as they are and ask why? I see things that never were and ask why not?”

Robert Kennedy’s words, spoken in hope, mirror those spoken by Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Lincoln Memorial when he shared his dream with the world 40 years ago.

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The annual Virginia Kennedy-King dinner, sponsored by the Eighth Congressional District Democratic Committee, celebrates Robert Kennedy’s and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision. It is an event to honor those Virginians who strive to make the hopes and dreams of these two great leaders a reality. It is a time to reflect on how both of these men continue to touch our lives as Democrats and live in our hearts as Virginians. The monies raised by the event go towards our effort to support Virginia’s Democrats.

The 17th Kennedy-King Dinner
Honoring the legacies of Senator Robert Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King
Honorary Host, Congressman Jim Moran  |  Keynote Speaker, Congressman Bobby Scott
  • Hilton Alexandria Mark Center (5000 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA 22311; map / directions, click here)
  • Friday, October 1, 2010
  • 6:30 PM Reception 7:30 PM Dinner  cash bar
tickets online with ActBlueActBlueOnline or by mail (by mail, by September 24th). Tickets: $100 per person ($90 for YD’s and seniors), $125 Benefactor; $175 Sponsor; Patron $250; $2500 Sponsor Table; $5000 Patron Table; (10 seats per table).
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2010 Kennedy King Dinner

Paid for by the Virginia 8th Congressional District Democratic Committee,,
and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. Margo Horner, Chair

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