Friday Jan 15 2010 comments In stride to honor Martin Luther King Jr. By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Children of the Boys and Girls Club of Auburn cross Maple Street during the club's March on Auburn in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Friday afternoon. Members started the march from their club and ended at the steps of the Historic Courthouse where kids recited Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech. Justin Lonquist, 14, carries a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. while walking from the Boys and Girls Club during March on Auburn Friday. Club unit director Ralph Lewis organized the March on Auburn, and greets kids as they prepare to hear other members recite Martin Luther King Jr's speech. Ralph accredits Martin Luther King Jr. to the career advancement of his father Bobby Lewis, who was the first black boxing coach for the 1972 USA Olympic boxing team in Munich, Germany. Ralph Lewis, stands by his daughter Raven, 11, as she recites a portion of the I Have a Dream speech. Members of the Boys and Girls Club of Auburn listen to other members recite Martin Luther King Jr's I Have a Dream speech at the Historic Courthouse.