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Gary Severa of Little Compton and his sister Gaye Turner of Portsmouth wave as buses transporting the Portsmouth High School marching band to Washington, D.C. depart from the high school parking lot Sunday morning. The band will perform in President Obama's inaugural parade Monday.
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Members of the Portsmouth High School marching band are all smiles before departing for Washington, D.C. Sunday morning. The students will perform in President Obama's inaugural parade Monday.
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Abigail Farrow hugs her sister Caroline, 9th grade, Sunday morning before she departs for Washington, D.C. to play with the Portsmouth High School marching band in President Obama's inaugural parade Monday. Caroline plays the flute.
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Parents, including Debra Dube, center, line up to take photos and wave goodbye to their kids Sunday morning before they depart for Washington, D.C. to perform in President Obama's inaugural parade Monday. Dube's son Ryan Davis, a sophomore, plays the saxophone.
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Members of the Portsmouth High School marching band load instruments and supplies onto one of four buses departing for Washington, D.C. Sunday morning. The students will perform in President Obama's inaugural parade Monday.
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Junior Jalen Perry loads percussion instruments onto a bus headed for Washington, D.C. Sunday morning. Perry plays drums with the Portsmouth High School marching band.
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Diana White places a sign in the window of one of the four a chartered buses transporting the Portsmouth High School marching band to washington, D.C. Sunday. Diana White is attending as a chaperone. She also chaperoned in 1981 when the school marching band performed in Ronald Regan's inaugural parade.
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Freshman John Bagley will be following in his father's footsteps this Monday when he will play the drums with the Portsmouth High School marching band in President Obama's inaugural parade. His father John played drums in Ronald Reagan's inaugural parade in 1981.
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Portsmouth High School Sophomore Samantha Pridgen is following in the footsteps of her mother, Karen Shearman, left, who marched in Ronald Regan's inaugural parade in 1981. Pridgen's grandmother Jackie Shearman chaperoned the 1981 trip and will chaperone again this Monday when her grandaughter will be playing the flute in the parade.
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Camille White, left, and her mother-in-law Diana White, both attended Ronald Regan's 1981 inaugural parade with the Portsmouth High School band. Camille was a band member and Diana was a chaperone. Diana will be joining her grandchildren Robert White, left, and Ryan Davis, both sophomores, as a chaperone Monday when the marching band perfoms in President Obama's inaugural parade. Robert plays percussion. Ryan plays saxophone.
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Portsmouth High School Band Director Ted Rausch prepares the Patriots for their performance during the Inaugural Parade January21 in Washington D.C, Thursday at the school
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The Portsmouth High School Marching Band practices for their participation in the Inaugural Parade January 21 in Washington D.C., Thursday at the school
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