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    High School Band Members Excited About Inaugural Paradei
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    January 17, 2013 10:09 PM
    The inauguration of a president is a major occasion for most Americans. The preparations for the inauguration are detailed and extensive. And participants from all walks of society -- both military and civilian - spend a lot of time getting ready for the big day. Zheela Noori, of VOA’s Afghan Service, tells us about a group of young people who are excited at the prospect of being involved.

    High School Band Members Excited About Inaugural Parade

    Published January 17, 2013

    The inauguration of a president is a major occasion for most Americans. The preparations for the inauguration are detailed and extensive. And participants from all walks of society -- both military and civilian - spend a lot of time getting ready for the big day. Zheela Noori, of VOA’s Afghan Service, tells us about a group of young people who are excited at the prospect of being involved.


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