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Pembroke’s Johnnie Miller named Grand Marshal for MLK Jr. Day Parade
Pembroke District 1 Councilmember Johnnie Miller.
Pembroke District 1 Councilmember Johnnie Miller.

The Richmond Hill MLK Observance Committee announced the selection of Johnnie A. Miller. Sr. (Mayor Pro-Tem Pembroke) as the 2024 RH MLK Parade Grand Marshal. 

The 6th Annual RH MLK Parade will be held on January 20 at 10 a.m. in Richmond Hill. The theme for the 2024 parade is “Keeping the Dream Alive, We’re Better Together.” Miller was selected for his continued involvement in Bryan County. 

Miller, Sr. was born in Savannah in 1952 and moved to Pembroke when he was seven years old. He graduated from Bryan County High School, received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education and Health from Savannah State College, and a master’s degree from Georgia Southern.. He has served the citizens of District 1 since 1992. He retired from Bryan County Board of Education in 2006 after teaching and coaching for over 34 years.

Presently, he is working for the Bryan County Senior Citizens Center. He also works as a substitute bus driver and serves as Mayor Pro-Tem in Pembroke. He is also highly active in the community and his church, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.

The Grand Marshal honor is bestowed annually upon an individual or couple who has made a significant contribution to Bryan County through volunteer/ professional efforts and who has demonstrated patriotism through the development of community and/or community values.

For more information on the 2024 RH MLK Parade, visit or send an email at rhmlkobservance@

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