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New Americans Sworn in on The 4th in Northampton

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New Americans Sworn in on The 4th in Northampton

Wednesday July 3rd, 2013

If you’re looking for a way to celebrate the birth of our nation apart from just fireworks and BBQ, 52 people born in countries around the globe will become new citizens on the 4th of July.   The Center for New Americans will be holding their annual naturalization ceremony on the old courthouse lawn in Northahmpton on the 4th of July.  Judge Michael Ponser will swear  them in.  After the swearing in the league of women voters will register the new americans to vote.  The ceremony begins at 11 on the 4th of July at the Old Courthouse in Downton Northampton

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