Enormous Undertaking Deserves Sincere Thanks

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It was unbelievably cold. There was plenty of hurry up and wait. And the hard work, logistical issues and costs certainly added up. But those challenges will never diminish the experience 150 Cadets had in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20th while performing in the 56th Presidential Inaugural Parade.

“We have heard from one member after another that, despite the hardships and challenges that day, nothing will replace the memories, or the bonds, that the Cadets shared in Washington,” said Director George Hopkins. “For that alone, all the work, the fundraising and commitment from everyone involved, was definitely worthwhile.”

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Posted by on Wednesday, January 28th, 2009. Filed under DCI World.