Folks across the nation took time Monday to reflect upton the life, and teachings, of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. In Waterville, it also meant sharing breakfast together. Spectrum Generations and the Waterville Rotary Club are behind the event, which is now in its 27th year. The Pleasant Street United Methodist Church choir and students from the George Mitchell School performed as Dr. King was honored. ” We all admire and respect Dr. King and the work that he did and we go about our daily lives and this is one day a year where we all stop and reflect. We all get together and honor him as he deserves to be honored,” said Debra Smith with Spectrum Generations. The guest speaker for the event was Colby College Associate Dean of Students, Dr. Tashia Bradley.