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These Texas Teens Will Perform During the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 

Seventeen Texas teens are heading to New York City this Thanksgiving to perform during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

The performance will be put on by Camp Broadway, "the “original” Broadway summer camp," according to, and the students will perform Irving Berlin’s “This Is a Great Country” in honor of U.S. military families. The 17 area teens are part of a group of 128 performers for that day.

Las Casas Foundation, a San Antonio-based nonprofit dedicated to "the development of the performing arts through education and scholarships and the restoration and preservation of historic theatres" will sponsor 10 of the students.

Here are the students participating:

Rosa Acevedo, 13, San Antonio, TX
Renee Acevedo, 11, San Antonio, TX
Sydney Anthony, 10, Universal City, TX
Jamie Butikofer, 15, JBSA Lackland, TX
Addison Cook, 12, Fort Hood, TX
Riley Cook, 15, Fort Hood, TX
Maya Delgado, 11, Dallas, TX
Carl (Ben) Greene, 12, San Antonio, TX
Tyler Greene, 10, San Antonio, TX
Shaelly Holcomb, 11, Boerne, TX
Clayton Jones, 14, Wake Village, TX
Adyson Jones, 9, Wake Village, TX
Graelen Killian, 12, San Antonio, TX
Justine Koester, 14, Universal City, TX
Jaya Kosaraju, 12, San Antonio, TX
Daniel Wright, 11, Richmond, TX
Amelia Kluckhohn, 9, San Antonio, TX

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