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Presidential Inauguration 2009

Posted by Data Locker - A Pot of Information on January 12, 2009

barack_obama_17962141For those who do not know yet the momentous Presidential Inauguration it is set to happen on January 20, 2009. The highlights for this very historical event are the Presidential Swearing-in Ceremony, the Inaugural Address, Inaugural Parade and the numerous inaugural balls and galas giving due respect to the new President of the United States.

The theme was unanimously formulated to be “Renewing America’s Promise,” this implicates the President-elect and Vice President-elect’s commitment to restoring opportunity and possibility for all and re-establishing America’s standing as a beacon of hope around the world.

As planned for the upcoming Inauguration, on January 17 Obama and Biden with their families will travel by train to Washington, DC and will host events along the way in Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore. On January 18, an official welcome event will be held on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to start off the inaugural celebration. The event will be open to the public. On January 19, this is also the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Obama, Biden and their families will participate in activities dedicated to serving others in communities across the Washington, DC area. Additional events will be held throughout the week.

Eventually on the 20th day January the Presidential Inauguration will take place. This is going to draw a record breaking crowd to Washington, DC.

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