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February 24th Naturalization Ceremony

Former NSSAR VP General Paul Wilke, Former OSDAR John Reily Chapter Regent Valerie Wilke and granddaughter Anna Wilke; CCSAR President Jack Bredenfoerder; CCSAR Immediate Past President Mike Gunn; Compatriots Ken Carpenter and Jerry Knight welcomed 66 new US citizens from 27 countries at a naturalization ceremony held at St. 42 more words

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February 23rd Naturalization Ceremony

CCSAR President Jack Bredenfoerder, Past President Mike Gunn and Compatriot Jerry Knight welcomed 70 new citizens at a naturalization ceremony held at the US Southern Ohio District Court on February 23rd. 77 more words

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February 10th Naturalization Ceremony

Former NSSAR VP General Paul Wilke, OSDAR John Reily Chapter Regent Valerie Wilke and granddaughter Anna Wilke; CCSAR President Jack Bredenfoerder; CCSAR Immediate Past President Mike Gunn; and Compatriot Jerry Knight welcomed 63 new US citizens at a naturalization ceremony held at St. 15 more words

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January 27th Naturalization Ceremony

Compatriots Gerry Knight, Ken Carpenter, Gary Duffield & Mike Gunn attended a naturalization ceremony where 73 new citizens from 34 different countries were inducted. Mayor John Cranley and The Honorable Timothy Black officiated.

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January 13th Naturalization Ceremony

CCSAR President Jack Bredenfoerder, Compatriot Jerry Knight and Compatriot Ken Carpenter welcomed 70 new US citizens at a naturalization ceremony held at the Southern Ohio District Court on Friday, January 13th. 6 more words

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Dozens of QC residents become U.S. citizens on Inauguration Day

Just as Donald Trump took his oath of office Friday morning, more than 50 people took a different oath to become U.S. citizens.

Judge Sara Darrow held the naturalization ceremony in her Rock Island courtroom on January 20, 2017. 214 more words

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52 New Citizens Join Ranks Of Chicago Voters On Election Day

CHICAGO (CBS) — On Election Day, 52 new U.S. Citizens from 26 countries will be able to cast their ballot as new Americans, after a naturalization ceremony at the Chicago Cultural Center. 528 more words

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