Senator Andy Berke announced Thursday that he will participate in a Day of Service in honor of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Glass House Collective on Monday.
Senator Berke said, “Throughout my time in public office, I have reached out to the people of Chattanooga and asked them to join me in building a better community. I would encourage them to join me again on Monday for a day of service in remembrance of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”
Senator Berke will work with volunteers from across the city on a variety of projects to improve the East Chattanooga area, including store front renovations and a street cleanup.
“The Glass House Collective is inspiring all of us to share responsibility for creating opportunity in East Chattanooga but that is only the beginning. I challenge all Chattanoogans to find something they are passionate about and commit themselves to serving their community.”
The Berke campaign will coordinate volunteers who are interesting in serving their community with Senator Berke on Monday. Anyone interested in joining Senator Berke on this day of service can sign up at andyberke.com/Dayofservice or by contacting Elizabeth Crews (Elizabeth@andyberke.com).