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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

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, 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

Float preparations at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright appeared at event highlighting Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's 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

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

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, 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, 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

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

Float on view at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright 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 Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far left, 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 Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, 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, 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

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 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

Secretary Gale Norton, center, conversing 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. 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

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, 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

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, 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, 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, far left, conversing 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. 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 right, with equestrian group 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

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, 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, 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, far left, with Forest Service's Smokey Bear mascot during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlightingthe 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, 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

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

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

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

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, 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

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