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Union Air Force JROTC Invited To Inaugural Parade

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  The Union High School Air Force Junior ROTC has been selected to represent Oklahoma in the Presidential Inaugural Parade in Washington, DC on January 21st.

  The group just found out they were selected on December 26th.

  There are about 80 cadets and 12 chaperones who will make the trip by bus.

  But first, they need to raise $40,000 for the trip.

  The group's booster club is accepting donations at:

  Union AFJROTC Booster Club

  Union High School 9th Grade Center

  7616 S. Garnett

  Broken Arrow, OK  74012

  Donations can also be made online at www.unionafjrotc.com.

 

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