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Mireille Rebeiz (second from left) celebrates becoming a new US citizen with her family at Sauder Village. From left: husband Stacey Suver; Rebeiz; Stacey's brother, Ryan Case, Columbus; Stacey's parents, Bill and Pam Suver, Columbus; Ryan's son, Ethan, 5; and Ryan's wife, Stephanie.-photos by Mary Huber

Mireille Rebeiz (second from left) celebrates becoming a new US citizen with her family at Sauder Village. From left: husband Stacey Suver; Rebeiz; Stacey’s brother, Ryan Case, Columbus; Stacey’s parents, Bill and Pam Suver, Columbus; Ryan’s son, Ethan, 5; and Ryan’s wife, Stephanie.-photos by Mary Huber

Mireille Rebeiz, a native of Lebanon, celebrates the Fourth of July with her family after becoming a new United States citizen.

Forty-six persons took the oath of citizenship during a naturalization ceremony at Sauder Village, Thursday, July 4.

More photos may be viewed and/or purchased under the Big Blue Button (above).-Posted 7.4, 1 pm.


Mabinty Sesay holds the national flag of Sierra Leone before becoming a US citizen. She now lives in Huron.

Mabinty Sesay holds the national flag of Sierra Leone before becoming a US citizen. She now lives in Huron.

Sydney Nguyen holds a US flag during the ceremony. Her mother, Vui Thi Nguyen, originally from Vietnam now living in Perrysburg, became a US citizen on July 4.

Sydney Nguyen holds a US flag during the ceremony. Her mother, Vui Thi Nguyen, originally from Vietnam now living in Perrysburg, became a US citizen on July 4.

From left: Stacey Rees, Sylvania; Tammy Alexander, originally from Canada and now of Toledo; and Cherie Spino, Toledo, celebrate Tammy's becoming a new US citizen.

From left: Stacey Rees, Sylvania; Tammy Alexander, originally from Canada and now of Toledo; and Cherie Spino, Toledo, celebrate Tammy’s becoming a new US citizen.

Archbold Boy Scout Troop 63 stand with the Honorable James R. Knepp, II. The Boy Scout troop led the Pledge of Allegiance for the new US citizens.

Archbold Boy Scout Troop 63 stand with the Honorable James R. Knepp, II. The Boy Scout troop led the Pledge of Allegiance for the new US citizens.

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