Four citizens are being recognized for their contributions to the Shreveport community.
The honorees were presented with the city's Spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. award Tuesday at the historic Galilee Baptist Church.
The recipients were given medallions during a citywide observance celebrating the legacy of the slain Civil Rights leader.
The honorees for 2013 are:
- Dr. Brondwyn Holliway-Alford, Pediatrician
- Foster Campbell, Louisiana Public Service Commission Chairman
- Willie Singleton, Attorney and former state legislator
- Maude Warner, mother of three children who drowned in Red River in 2010
``Each of our recipients exemplify the spirit of leadership, courage, hope, love and compassion for others that Dr. King taught throughout his magnificent life,'' Mayor Glover said. ``They honor him with their daily commitment to excellence and determination to make this world a better place for all of us.''