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Red Hill Students Prepare for Inauguration

Thousands will gather in Washington D.C on Monday to witness President Barack Obama's inauguration.<br> Among those in attendance will be a group of students from Red Hill High School.<br>Thirty students and fourteen adult chaperones will leave on Saturday and arrive in D.C to witness history.
Thousands will gather in Washington D.C on Monday to witness President Barack Obama's inauguration.
Among those in attendance will be a group of students from Red Hill High School.
Social studies teacher Ryan Cox coordinated the trip to the capital.
Thirty students and fourteen adult chaperones will leave on Saturday and arrive in D.C to witness history.
The trip will include a tour of many of the cities historic sites, including a tour of the U.S Capitol from Congressman Shimkus.
Cox hopes this trip will stay with these students long after high school.

Ryan Cox- Red Hill High School
"I hope in the future they're able to look back on this and see they were a part of history. That they had a once in a lifetime opportunity...for many of them...to go enjoy the great history of our capital. And remember a great time they had while they were in school."

Students were responsible for raising the money for the trip.
The group held multiple fundraisers over the last year, including a cookbook sale and a community festival.
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