National Park Service Hosts Naturalization Ceremony

ABC News' Geneva Sands reports from the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. where the National Park Service is celebrating its 100th anniversary by hosting a naturalization ceremony.
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Geneva and Perry 18 and I am here with Iraq. The united. We got an idea about vitally accidentally ceremony here on the net come on here. Korea here. That some that we do every day. It's this for. This the world. This particular. And guarantee. Freedoms. And it really. Alert saying it. That is correct we have one military veterans in. Seven spouse. This practice today. Are we have a ceremony. Well new. They really are can be. It's a very often whose citizens got a lot of help from their children siblings and spouses. Helping them prepare. Join mr. Larry we are here as an actor the ceremony. Here and be back talk the national everything is fair and Danielle. Celebrating the event at naturalization ceremonies. Across the united feet and very demand here on the mall. Yeah debt. Here after my rental. I'm part yeah. I I. Thank you for being let. Parent. My rate now. Very special. The hundredth anniversary of the idea of national parks. We're celebrating throughout the United States minus zero and is apparently right. We're here. On the island in the Lincoln Memorial aren't with a better easier swearing. And you aren't here on winning another and then rain came and Herbert Perry apartment on the formidable tomorrow. Let the S and hundreds. It started around 2006. Here and they're carrying. About it here in honor. We would love you to go out and celebrate with us and to all you have to do was go enjoy yourself. I've heard you have any interest that you have in this country as a national. Feel about them hard. Parts are unique and some ways in this country because we don't own. Tenacity that always happens Stewart is where you spent to be here reminds me how. They're heritage only to recreation. Told about. This thing very about it payment. Think he would act. Really and that's why they. But about added. John your a Scottish immigrant. Thank you dream he had me he was fairly prominent. Scholar and social activist community theater Roosevelt and helped convince him to protect places like this. So wonderful picture. Deceptive and any governmental since we have agreements would. Together in order have a place it's very honored if someone. What a difference. Yeah under mount Rushmore. And that tough love them another and. At. Virginia Tech racked up heavy helicopters that we had a helicopters hovered over 15100 people. So we need this emblem of the national parks spearhead of the ballots in the there you go estimates of the elements of the arrowhead you see a bison the tree amounts in some rivers of its the scenery the resources and the cultures. About a thousand people. And have we had well over five million. And refinance about four. And people get out and love their hearts and Jordan estate very relevant to them and that we. Continue to provide. Pregnant. On Friday so Wendy Matthews Richard Reid figure out the digital. If you put your phone down through some time apart but you need to stay connected and that's what hurts now. There's it happens. You're your apps. We're trying to figure out how to bring pets to people might be. Me 413. President did announce a national monument. The Marxist hot and woods and waters. Very exciting we're. Rick started off. Charles in the book. And that's really serious and be a ranger. The trial you. Different aspects. Baseball game. And today is the act and clean mourning its red. They get from there it was a director. Yes and they were special. Take a look and that now what is happening in his eighteen I have.

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