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Christi Luka helps her oldest son, Logan, get in a more comfortable position in his chair before the ceremony begins. Brothers Logan Luka, 5, and Mason Luka , 2, were sworn in as Harrah's newest police officers during a brief . ceremony in the town's city hall Thursday evening, Nov. 17, 2011. About 50 people, including a number of uniformed officers from Harrah's Police Department, crowded into the building to watch Police Chief Gary Morgan swear in the boys as officers. The brothers, dressed in matching police uniforms like the ones worn by adult Harrah officers, were given metal badges and an official ID card designating them as commissioned police officers. The event was held in conjunction with World Prematurity Day, intended to bring awareness to the issue of premature births. Logan Luka was born premature and weighed i pound and 2 ounces at birth. He spent four months in NICU. Each year, 13 million babies are born prematurely worldwide. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman
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