Press Release: Birthday Celebration in honor of President Clinton at the Library
On August 19th, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, celebrated former President Bill Clinton’s 59th birthday by offering free after-hours admission to the public. Over 500 visitors dropped by the birthday party to sign an over-sized birthday card and to eat Hillary’s famous chocolate chip cookies.
Throughout the day, over 1000 people from across the United States took the opportunity to sign the birthday cards, wishing President Clinton health and happiness. In addition, the Clinton Museum Store marked the special day by extending their hours and serving Bill and Hillary cut-out cookies.
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