<p class="p5"><strong><span class="s1">Photo courtesy of&nbsp;</span>Seattle Public Schools Archives</strong></p>

Photo courtesy of Seattle Public Schools Archives

2013 marked the 100th year for the Madison Valley building now housing the Martin Luther King (MLK) FAME Community Center (3201 E. Republican St.). The community is invited to celebrate its centennial on March 29, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the center.

The building was initially constructed and used as the Harrison Elementary School for the Seattle School District.

With a theme of “Time Brings Changes,” the event will include a pictorial video of the building before, during and after the additions. There will also be photographs of former students, teachers and staff, many of whom are still in the Greater Seattle area, as well as tours, light refreshments, fun and fellowship.