Twenty children ages 4 to 17 received their U.S. citizenship at a Feb. 17 President's Day naturalization ceremony at the Betty Rodríguez Regional Library in southeast Fresno. Four-year-old Mays Mahmoud Abdulnabi smiles during the ceremony.
Twenty children ages 4 to 17 received their U.S. citizenship at a Feb. 17 President's Day naturalization ceremony at the Betty Rodríguez Regional Library in southeast Fresno. Four-year-old Mays Mahmoud Abdulnabi smiles during the ceremony. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA jesparza@vidaenelvalle.com
Twenty children ages 4 to 17 received their U.S. citizenship at a Feb. 17 President's Day naturalization ceremony at the Betty Rodríguez Regional Library in southeast Fresno. Four-year-old Mays Mahmoud Abdulnabi smiles during the ceremony. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA jesparza@vidaenelvalle.com

They smiled, waved flags and became youngest U.S. citizens (En español abajo)

February 19, 2018 12:55 PM