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Wisconsinites will march in inaugural parade

De Pere native is in the U.S. Navy Band

10:01 AM, Jan. 20, 2013
Visitors stand in front of the Inaugural Parade Reviewing Stand outside the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, in preparation for this weekend's 57th presidential Inauguration. President Barack Obama will be sworn in for a second term.
Visitors stand in front of the Inaugural Parade Reviewing Stand outside the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, in preparation for this weekend's 57th presidential Inauguration. President Barack Obama will be sworn in for a second term.
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Anthony Halloin loves to toot his own horn, so he's looking forward to performing in another inaugural parade on Monday.

"I've done two of them already, but it's always an honor to do the inauguration," said Halloin, grandson of the recently deceased Sam Halloin, Green Bay's longest-serving mayor. "It's one of the most-watched historical presidential events we've participated in."

As a member of the United States Navy Band, Halloin will be among nine sousaphone players belting out the oom-pah-pahs as the band leads the third division of the parade at the 57th Presidential Inauguration. ...

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