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Couple Celebrates Annivesary With Trip To Maine's Capitol
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Couple Celebrates Annivesary With Trip To Maine's Capitol

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Couple Celebrates Annivesary With Trip To Maine's Capitol

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Marcine and Nita Lou Webb marked 65 years of marriage with a trip to Augusta, Maine, completing a mission to visit all 50 state capitols. When they went to the gallery to see a debate, the House speaker recognized them and the legislators gave them a standing ovation.

LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Linda Wertheimer.

Marcine and Nita Lou Webb marked 65 years of marriage with a trip to Augusta, Maine, completing a mission to visit all 50 state capitals. Asked how Maine's capitol building compared to the others, Marcine gave it a medium, but high marks for friendly atmosphere. When they went to the gallery to see a debate, the House speaker recognized them and the legislators gave them a standing O.

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