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That means the daughter of a one-time law enforcement officer and a former member of the Central Cabarrus High School color guard will spend about a decade in federal prison before she is freed.
Pooler, former Scoutmaster with the troop, was greeted with a color guard and American Flags waving with his former scouts.
Alex Schachter, a 14-year-old trombone player, and Gina Montalto, a 14-year-old color guard member.
The 116 cadets in the Ramona program are involved in everything from color guard and drill teams to Brain Brawls academics and cyber security, Birst noted in his PowerPoint presentation.
There was a dancer, a talented swimmer and members of the marching band and color guard.
The wind ensemble is part of a larger marching band that lost two freshman members in the massacre: Alex Schachter, a trombone and baritone player, and Gina Montalto, a member of the color guard.
The inaugural event series kicked off Friday, Jan. 19, with a color guard performance by Scarborough High School's JROTC program and live trumpet music.
After a few words from a minister, the color guard lifted the flag from the coffin and folded it.
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Definition of color guard for English Language Learners
: a person in uniform who holds a flag in a ceremony or parade
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