• “It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play our trumpets for the First Lady!”

    The First Lady

    At Upper Dublin High School in Pennsylvania, students and families came out to hear the First Lady speak—and some lucky band members got a chance to welcome her to the stage.

    Noah, Andrew, Wilson, and Andi“It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play our trumpets for the First Lady!”
    —Noah, Andrew, Wilson, and Andi, students at Upper Dublin High School

    “My band director called us yesterday and asked if we'd like to play for the First Lady! Who says no to something like that?”
    —Abbey, student at Upper Dublin High School

    Carol“I'm excited because I want to see change continue to occur. We have to band together and re-elect President Obama.”
    —Carol, volunteer leader

    “I'm excited to see the First Lady because she represents middle-class people.”
    —Shirley

    “I'm here because it's the First Lady! And I know Cole really wanted to see her.”
    —Jamie, with his son Cole

    “We have 12 grandchildren, and her programs for children have been really inspirational to all of us.”
    —Avis and Johnnie

    Michelle Obama Campaign trail It Takes One