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Alumna stands in for Kamala Harris during inauguration rehearsal

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TSgt. Stacey Holliday '04 speaks to a WYFF News 4 reporter.

Furman University music alumna TSgt. Stacey Holliday ’04 created quite a buzz on Monday, Jan. 18, during Inauguration Day rehearsal, which coincided with the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. A member of the Singing Sergeants, one of the ensembles of the United States Air Force Band, Holliday served as proxy for Vice President Kamala Harris. WYFF News 4 reached out to Holliday to get her impressions of the day’s events. See related story here.

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