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NSU Band To March In Obama's Inauguration Parade

January 18, 2013, 7:27 AM

NSU Band To March In Obama's Inauguration Parade
ABERDEEN, SD -

The Northern State University marching band is preparing to take part in President Barack Obama's inauguration parade on Monday.

Marching Wolves color guard director Bailey Geist says she thinks the experience will give the students a renewed sense of patriotism.

More than 100 NSU students will march down Pennsylvania Ave. in the nation's capital. Junior Abby Klumb says she looks forward to seeing the president wave at the band.

Band members will play the song "This is My Country" as they march.

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