The town’s No Place For Hate Committee will celebrate Martin Luther King Day on Jan. 21 with two events: a pancake breakfast at St. Nicholas United Methodist Church’s Gould Hall and a pasta dinner and movie at Temple Beth Sholom. At both events, the town will salute the late Tommye Reede, one of the first African-Americans to move to Hull, who died last year. “She paved the way for No Place for Hate by who she was — a fine, elegant person who really made a difference,” said Rhoda Kanet, one of the founders of the organization. Admission to each event is $5; $3 for seniors and children five 5 to 10. Children younger than 5 are admitted free; the family rate is $15 for the breakfast and $18 for the dinner. More information is available by contacting Janet Bernault at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-925-1890.