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Keshia Holbron of the Waianae High School Junior ROTC held a saber salute yesterday as dignitaries passed to attend the 2004 Governor's Veterans Day Ceremony. The rite was held at the Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery in Kaneohe to honor past, present and future veterans.
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