Locals continue King's legacy with Black History Museum Photo provided The Black History Museum of Warren County now has bylaws. Those rules were signed in connection with Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, a day designated as a national day of service. Pictured seated are Marvin Lusk, museum Board of Directors president, and Rachel Killebrew. Standing are attorney Ryan Moore, who drew up the bylaws, and museum curator Wayne Wolford. The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday this Monday, Jan. 20, marks the 25th anniversary of the day of service that celebrates the Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy. ∞ views ∞ views Would you like to read this article and use one of your 0 remaining views? Read Enjoy great local journalism? Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Log In To Read Subscribe to access more great content! Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Latest Man gets year for opening fire at car Gondolfi tells of chainsaw accident that cut off arm Talley shares rare WWII surrender papers with public Order in the Park!