Eighty three applicants from 35 different countries became naturalized citizens of the United States during a ceremony in February 2013 at Johnson County Community College. <137>Daisy Munoz, (front) from the Philippines, a Walgreens beauty advisor in Olathe, and her fellow applicants took the oath of Allegiance. 02222013 Susan Pfannmuller/Special to The Star<137>
Eighty three applicants from 35 different countries became naturalized citizens of the United States during a ceremony in February 2013 at Johnson County Community College. <137>Daisy Munoz, (front) from the Philippines, a Walgreens beauty advisor in Olathe, and her fellow applicants took the oath of Allegiance. 02222013 Susan Pfannmuller/Special to The Star<137> FILE PHOTO BY Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Olathe News
Eighty three applicants from 35 different countries became naturalized citizens of the United States during a ceremony in February 2013 at Johnson County Community College. <137>Daisy Munoz, (front) from the Philippines, a Walgreens beauty advisor in Olathe, and her fellow applicants took the oath of Allegiance. 02222013 Susan Pfannmuller/Special to The Star<137> FILE PHOTO BY Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Olathe News

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