A group of students at the Missouri University of Science and Technology will participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at various sites in Rolla and surrounding areas this Monday. This year, approximately 90 students will volunteer throughout Phelps County. Following registration at S&T, teams will disperse to various locations and volunteer from 1-4:30 p.m., returning to campus for a celebration dinner. The locations for service projects include the Audubon Society in Rolla, Camp Brim Shire in St. James, Greentree Church in Rolla, Mound Ridge in Cook Station, the Newburg Children’s Museum, Phelps County Faith Distribution in Rolla, Rolla Mission, and Russell House in Rolla. The first Martin Luther King Jr. Day was observed in 1986. In 1994, as a tribute to King’s personal commitment to service, Congress designated the day a national day of service. Missouri S&T volunteers will join the efforts of thousands of individuals and organizations across the county to commemorate the day. The King Center’s theme for this year’s celebration is “It starts with me