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Published: 4/15/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


37 take Oath of Citizenship

A naturalization ceremony was hosted, April 15, by the University of Findlay, where 37 people become U.S. citizens. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Members of the John Hancock chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution present the colors. At left, front, is Greg Jewett, of Findlay; followed by Bill Barberree, also of Findlay, and James Haas, of Mt. Blanchard.   Enlarge | Buy This Photo Members of the John Hancock chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution present the colors. At left, front, is ...
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Daughter Eleah, 10, and her dad Paul McDonald, originally from Jamaica, after the ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Daughter Eleah, 10, and her dad Paul McDonald, originally from Jamaica, after the ceremony.
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Eleanor Griffiths, 3, with her mom Leslie Murray, and step-sister Heather Griffiths, 15. They were there for Alan Griffiths, the girls' dad and Murray's husband, who became a citizen from Canada. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Eleanor Griffiths, 3, with her mom Leslie Murray, and step-sister Heather Griffiths, 15. They were there for Alan Griffiths,...
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Keynote speaker Catherine Garcia-Feehan, esq. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Keynote speaker Catherine Garcia-Feehan, esq.
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Dawn McDonald, left, an daughter Eleah, 10, photograph husband/dad Paul McDonald, originally from Jamaica, after the ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dawn McDonald, left, an daughter Eleah, 10, photograph husband/dad Paul McDonald, originally from Jamaica, after the ceremony....
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Brandon Rall, a junior at Riverdale High School, is a member of the school band which accompanied the event. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Brandon Rall, a junior at Riverdale High School, is a member of the school band which accompanied the event.
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Four area high school students speak on the benefits and obligations of citizenship. They are, from left: Marisa Burkett, senior, Liberty-Benton, left; Briana Herr, senior, McComb; Dylan Sexton, senior, Van Buren, and Zoe Wahbeh, a senior at Findlay. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Four area high school students speak on the benefits and obligations of citizenship. They are, from left: Marisa Burkett, senior,...
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Douglas J. Everett, right, leads the Pledge of Allegiance. Everett is a member of the UF Student Government Association. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Douglas J. Everett, right, leads the Pledge of Allegiance. Everett is a member of the UF Student Government Association.
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Robert Huber, left, and son Sebastian, 14, with Moira Jean Van Staaden, originally from the Republic of South Africa, now a U.S. citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Robert Huber, left, and son Sebastian, 14, with Moira Jean Van Staaden, originally from the Republic of South Africa, now ...
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Paul Norman McDonald, formerly of Jamaica,  left and rear, and James Steward Akroyd, formerly of the United Kingdom, right, taking the Oath of Citizenship.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Paul Norman McDonald, formerly of Jamaica, left and rear, and James Steward Akroyd, formerly of the United Kingdom, right, taking ...
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Ying Li, formerly of the Peoples' Republic of China, left; Luong Thi Le, of Vietnam, and Gino Sacia Laidlaw, of Jamaica, become citizens during the swearing-in ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ying Li, formerly of the Peoples' Republic of China, left; Luong Thi Le, of Vietnam, and Gino Sacia Laidlaw, of ...
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