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Area students take in Trump inauguration

 

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IRONWOOD STUDENTS visit Marine Corps War Memorial during a three-day trip to Washington D.C. to attend Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. Among the those on the trip were, from left, kneeling: Vanessa Nasi, Hayley Jarocki, Sarah Carroll, Kacie Lundin, Caitlyn Bolen, Sydnee Lorenson, Julieann Mead, Kinley Lyons and Hannah Nasi. Second row: Kayla Wontor, Marissa Wendt, Shawna Jackson, Kristle Jackson, Brandy Morrison, Brea Barto, Marissa Balyeat, Cambria Rollins, Dylan Taivalmaa, Andrew Niemi, Jean Sandell, Lillian Tizianni and Eleanor Tizianni. Third row: Troy Harju, Polly Erickson, Teddy Minier, Gordy Erickson and Ron Nygard.

By RICHARD JENKINS

rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com

WASHINGTON D.C. - Among the crowd on hand to witness Donald Trump's presidential inauguration Friday were a group of Ironwood Area School students who traveled to the nation's capital to witness the historic occasion.

"(The trip) was probably a once-in-a-lifetime experience that we probably won't get the chance to do again," Senior Kacie Lundin said.

Lundin was one of 26 Ironwood students in grades nine through 12 to go with social studies teacher Gordon Erickson and two other chaperones on the three-day trip.

Lundin and freshman Julie Mead tol...



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