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Roses, George W - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Seventeenth Infantry, Pe-R

House A (10), Roses

ROSE NIMRICHTER WITH ROSES FROM ROTARY

Mrs. Carter's Roses

A bush of red roses in full bloom with the crosses of American soldiers killed in World War II in the background in the American cemetery in Luxembourg. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Captain Barry A. Gastrock is presented a bouquet of roses by a midshipman in appreciation for services rendered during a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean. Gastrock served as commanding officer and chief navigator of the Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL

Nancy Domenici, wife of Sen. Pete V. Domenici, R-New Mexico, and sponsor of the commissioning ceremonies for the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS ALBUQUERQUE (SSN-706), receives roses from a member of the crew

Wanda Ruffin, wife of LCDR James T. Ruffin, places roses beside her husband's coffin during funeral ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery. Ruffin was listed as missing-in-action after failing to return from flying a mission off the coast of North Vietnam Feb. 18, 1966

Wanda Ruffin places roses beside the coffin of her husband, LCDR James T. Ruffin, during funeral services at Arlington National Cemetery. Ruffin was listed as missing-in-action after failing to return from flying a mission off the coast of North Vietnam Feb. 18, 1966

The Tournament of Roses queen and her court attend the commissioning ceremony of the guided missile frigate USS GARY (FFG 51)

A girl prepares to present a bouquet of red roses to the sponsor of the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS PROVIDENCE (SSN 719) during the ship's commissioning ceremony

Children present roses to Pope John Paul II as he arrives in Texas, one of nine stopping points scheduled for his US visit. During the pope's tour, vehicle transportation and security will be provided under VOLANT SILVER, a joint Military Airlift Command/Secret Service operation

Two young Ukrainian women in traditional costume bring bread and roses in honor of the American naval visit. The guided missile frigate USS KAUFFMAN (FFG-59) and the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS THOMAS S. GATES (CG-51) are making the second goodwill visit to a Soviet port by American warships since World War II

Roberta Burke, sponsor of the Aegis guided missile destroyer USS ARLEIGH BURKE (DDG 51), is presented with roses during the launch ceremony of the ship named after her husband

A sailor aboard the guided missile frigate USS NICHOLAS (FFG-47) hands out roses ordered by his fellow crew members as the ship heads up the Cooper River toward Naval Station, Charleston, S.C. The NICHOLAS is returning to Charleston following its deployment to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

A petty officer holds his son and several roses as he is reunited with his family aboard the frigate USS ELMER MONTGOMERY (FF-1082). The ELMER MONTGOMERY has returned to Mayport after serving in the Persian Gulf region during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

A petty officer holds his son and several roses as he is reunited with his family aboard the frigate USS ELMER MONTGOMERY (FF-1082). The ELMER MONTGOMERY has returned to Mayport after serving in the Persian Gulf region during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

Two chief petty officers aboard the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS MISSISSIPPI (CGN-40) hold bouquets of roses as they wait to be reunited with their loved ones on the pier below. The MISSISSIPPI is returning to Norfolk following its deployment to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

View of the official christening party for the oceanographic research ship USNS Bowditch (T-AGS-62) following the vessels launch at the Halter Marine Inc. facility. Mrs. Gene Taylor, the ships sponsor, in on the right holding a bouquet of roses

Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway - Del Rio Vineyard with Roses

Yellow roses are presented to Mrs. Thomas A. Schwartz at the III Armored Corps and Fort Hood Change of Command Ceremony held at Sadowski Field, Fort Hood, Texas

At a memorial service the 66th Rescue Squadron displays twelve wreaths with yellow roses and a photo of each airman killed in a helicopter accident. The service is in the Thunderbird Hangar, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, while hundreds gather to mourn the loss. The airmen died when two HH-60G Pavehawk helicopters crashed 25 miles north of Indian Springs in the Pintwater Mountain Range, at night, during a simulated rescue mission of a survivor on the ground

U.S. Marines from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), 3rd Battalion, 8th Marines, atop an armored personnel carrier, get a warm welcome with roses and singing by children of a local town near the forward operating base in Kosovo. Elements of the 26th MEU deployed from ships of Amphibious Readiness Group 2 (Not shown) in support of the NATO led Operation Joint Guardian

Lieutenant General Leon J. Laporte, Commander III Corps and Fort Hood, presents Conductor Dr. Guy Wilson a plaque and red roses following the 20th annual performance of Handel's Messiah Concert at Palmer Theater, Fort Hood Texas on 17 December 2000

Close up of roses placed on the Grave marker for Sergeant (SGT), Harold A. Spatz, 17th Army Air Force, Bomb Group, who served during WW II. The Gravesite is located at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii

A family member of a victim killed during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the Pentagon holds yellow roses and an American flag in remembrance of his loved one. Family members visited the Pentagon to see the impact site on September 15th. Shortly after 8 AM on September 11, 2001 in an attempt to frighten the American people, five members of Al-Qaida, a group of fundamentalist Islamic Muslims, hijacked American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757-200, from Dulles International Airport just outside Washington DC. About 9:30 AM they flew the aircraft and 64 passengers into the side of the Pentagon. The Pentagon attack followed a similar attack, two hijacked passenger planes flown into...

Close up view of pink roses located near the "rose garden" with frost on their petals. The roses are located at Kandahar International Airport, Kandahar, Afghanistan, during OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Air Force (USAF) honor flight prepares to lay memorial roses at a special retreat ceremony held during the Prisoner Of War/Missing In Action (POW/MIA) Recognition Day, at Incirlik Air Base (AB), Turkey, during Operation NORTHERN WATCH

US Air Force (USAF) Airmen prepare to place memorial wreaths of roses for those imprisoned and missing from the American Armed Forces during a special Recognition Day retreat at Incirlik Air Base (AB), Turkey, during Operation NORTHERN WATCH

Secretary of the Air Force James G. Roche, left, watches as Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Michael P. Andersons widow, Sandra Anderson, places roses on his casket, during her husbands funeral at the Arlington National Cemetery (ANC), in Virginia. LCOL Michael P. Anderson, was a crewmember aboard the ill-fated Columbia Space Shuttle

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Crowds viewing as Secretary Gale Norton rides horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

US Marine Corps (USMC) Corporal (CPL) Kristen Turner, a clarinet player for the 1ST Marine Division Band, marches in the annual Tournament of Roses Parade Pasadena, California (CA)

Roses lay on the beach during a service in honor of the tsunami victims at Jomtien, Thailand, on Jan. 26, 2005, in support of Operation Unified Assistance. (U. S. Air Force PHOTO by TECH. SGT. John M. Foster) (Released)

The United States Marine Corps Band performs at the 2007 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1, 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo by SENIOR AIRMAN Francisco V. Govea II) (Released)

The United States Marine Corps Band performs at the 2007 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1, 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo by SENIOR AIRMAN Francisco V. Govea II) (Released)

The United States Marine Corps Band performs at the 2007 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1, 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo by SENIOR AIRMAN Francisco V. Govea II) (Released)

Secretary Gale Norton making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, with conservation supporters preparing to participate in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands hit by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with horses and equestrian group, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, rear second from left, with conservation supporters during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far left, and Secretary Gale Norton, far right, honoring conservation support during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Norton rode horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, fourth left, inspecting floats at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where they spoke about Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires.Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard at podium during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright later rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, rear second from left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, rear third left, near floats at Rosemont Pavilion,Pasadena, California, where they spoke about Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, honoring conservation support during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton making equestrian preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard during visit to Rosemont Pavilion, where she participated in event highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton rode horseback, as part of the Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at podium during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, with conservation supporters preparing to participate in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands hit by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Activities at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard at podium during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright later rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, right, making equestrian preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment tocleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, front right, conversing at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where Norton appeared at event highlighting Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton with conservation supporters during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far left, and Secretary Gale Norton, far right, honoring conservation support during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Norton rode horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, with conservation supporters preparing to participate in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands hit by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton making equestrian preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard during visit to Rosemont Pavilion, where she participated in event highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton rode horseback, as part of the Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, with equestrian group making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at podium during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at podium during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard, Secretary Gale Norton, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, left to right, at Pasadena's Rosemont Pavilion, where they spoke about the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires.Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, with equestrian group making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

American Recreation Coalition President Derrick Crandall speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at podium during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard, Secretary Gale Norton, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, left to right, at Pasadena's Rosemont Pavilion, where they spoke about the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires.Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard at podium during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright later rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton inspecting float during visit to Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where she participated in event highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton rode horseback, as part of the Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard during visit to Rosemont Pavilion, where she participated in event highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton rode horseback, as part of the Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far left, and Secretary Gale Norton, second from right, inspecting floats at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where they spoke about Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

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