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Published: 12/7/2011 - Updated: 2 years ago


Naturalization Ceremony Dec. 7

New United States citizens were welcomed during the Naturalization Ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011, at the Toledo-Lucas County Library. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Maria Jesus Royuela Tomas, originally from Spain, takes the Oath of Citizenship during the Naturalization Ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maria Jesus Royuela Tomas, originally from Spain, takes the Oath of Citizenship during the Naturalization Ceremony.
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Marissa Medley, left, and Henryk Kress, right, from the Toledo School of the Arts String Quartet, play patriotic music during the Naturalization Ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Marissa Medley, left, and Henryk Kress, right, from the Toledo School of the Arts String Quartet, play patriotic music during ...
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Jasmine Easler sings the National Anthem during the Naturalization Ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jasmine Easler sings the National Anthem during the Naturalization Ceremony.
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Noted speaker Dr. Hani Hardan addresses the crowd during the Naturalization Ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Noted speaker Dr. Hani Hardan addresses the crowd during the Naturalization Ceremony.
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Zeina Saleh and her daughter Sara Ali, 15 months, watch as her husband Marwan Muhammad Ali, originally from Egypt, becomes a U.S. citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zeina Saleh and her daughter Sara Ali, 15 months, watch as her husband Marwan Muhammad Ali, originally from Egypt, becomes ...
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Marwan Muhammad Ali, originally from Egypt, left, shakes hands with James Fast, right, with the Sons of the American Revolution, after becoming a U.S. citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Marwan Muhammad Ali, originally from Egypt, left, shakes hands with James Fast, right, with the Sons of the American Revolution,...
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Maria Jesus Royuela Tomas, originally from Spain, left, takes voting information from Johnnie Taylor, right, of the League of Women Voters. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maria Jesus Royuela Tomas, originally from Spain, left, takes voting information from Johnnie Taylor, right, of the League of Women ...
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Rabiat Omosalewa Azeez, left, originally from Nigeria, and Fatima Mohammad Natheer Radi-Shaheen, right, originally from Jordan, congratulate each other after the Naturalization Ceremony welcoming new American citizens at the Toledo-Lucas County Library. Mrs.  Azeez's son Toks Azeez, center, watches. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Rabiat Omosalewa Azeez, left, originally from Nigeria, and Fatima Mohammad Natheer Radi-Shaheen, right, originally from Jordan, congratulate each other ...
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