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Published: 11/13/2013


38 naturalized in Toledo ceremony

The monthly naturalization ceremony was held Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion. Thirty eight new citizens were sworn in during the ceremony. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Lowynn Atkinson, right, kisses her granddaughter, Hope, 4. The pair, from Liberty Center, were there to support their friend Chao Cui, who was being sworn in as a citizen.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lowynn Atkinson, right, kisses her granddaughter, Hope, 4. The pair, from Liberty Center, were there to support their friend Chao ...
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Julius Blanco, an emigrant from the Philippines, discusses his experience of coming to the United States and become a citizen as he addresses a packed room of more than 100 people. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Julius Blanco, an emigrant from the Philippines, discusses his experience of coming to the United States and become a citizen ...
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Miyonnah Gordon, 6, left, and her sister Serinity, 3, right, help one another button their sweaters. Thirty eight new citizens, including the girls' mother Kymaeh Brisbane Gordon, were sworn in during the ceremony.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Miyonnah Gordon, 6, left, and her sister Serinity, 3, right, help one another button their sweaters. Thirty eight new citizens,...
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Serinity Gordon, 3, center, and her sister Mariah, 5, right, sit as the girls' mother Kymaeh Brisbane Gordon, was sworn in during the ceremony.  THE BLADE/KATIE RAUSCH Enlarge | Buy This Photo Serinity Gordon, 3, center, and her sister Mariah, 5, right, sit as the girls' mother Kymaeh Brisbane Gordon, was sworn ...
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New citizens wave their American flags. Enlarge | Buy This Photo New citizens wave their American flags.
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Andres Ouijada Fuentes, left, and his wife Carie, of Sylvania, posed for a photograph together. The couple is expecting their first child tomorrow.  THE BLADE/KATIE RAUSCH Enlarge | Buy This Photo Andres Ouijada Fuentes, left, and his wife Carie, of Sylvania, posed for a photograph together. The couple is expecting their ...
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Faithful Famogun, left, leans forward to listen to a speaker address herself and other new citizens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Faithful Famogun, left, leans forward to listen to a speaker address herself and other new citizens.
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citizens13 New citizens hold American flags. Enlarge | Buy This Photo citizens13 New citizens hold American flags.
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Rana El Khatib, center, holds her daughter, Mira Moussa, 1, as she and other new citizens listen to guest speakers. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Rana El Khatib, center, holds her daughter, Mira Moussa, 1, as she and other new citizens listen to guest speakers.
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Teresita Castillo Badman, center, smiled as she received her documentation of citizenship after bring sworn in. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Teresita Castillo Badman, center, smiled as she received her documentation of citizenship after bring sworn in.
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citizens13 Miyonnah Gordon, 5, left, Serinity, 3, center, and Mariah, 5, right, sit together during the Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, naturalization ceremony at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion. Thirty eight new citizens, including the girls' mother Kymaeh Brisbane Gordon, were sworn in during the ceremony.  THE BLADE/KATIE RAUSCH Enlarge | Buy This Photo citizens13 Miyonnah Gordon, 5, left, Serinity, 3, center, and Mariah, 5, right, sit together during the Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013,...
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