Tamarac Hosts Naturalization Ceremony

Naturalization ceremonyFor the first time in district history, a naturalization ceremony was held at Tamarac High School on May 2, where seventeen people from more than seven different countries became US citizens.

“We found it an honor to host this special event. It was a great opportunity for many of our students to witness our newest Americans get their citizenship and register to vote,” said Superintendent Dr. Angelina Maloney.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Field Office Director Gwynne Dinolfo presented the citizenship candidates to the Honorable Christian F. Hummel, U.S. Magistrate Judge. Musical selections were provided by Tamarac High School band, choralaires and 6th grade chorus. Also, in attendance, Town of Brunswick Supervisor Phillip Herrington.

Naturalization Ceremony – Troy Record
New Citizens Sworn In – Albany Times Union