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Thursday, April 30, 2009

May At The Clinton Center

Dear Amy,
It’s a perfect time to ease into summer at the Clinton Center! The month of May will feature great concerts, special treats for Mom, $3 Library admission days and world-class art. And, to experience exotic culture and cuisine, join us for “Around the World Thursday” at Forty Two, where this month’s destination is Havana, Cuba. For more information about May at the Clinton Center, visit
See a full listing of upcoming events on our website.

Major Milestone in Access to HIV/AIDS Medicines

Dear Amy, This week, thanks to your support, my Foundation announced two important milestones in our HIV/AIDS work: 2 million people living with HIV/AIDS are benefiting from medicines purchased under agreements the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) has negotiated — that's half of all people on treatment in developing countries — and 195,000 children are on treatment supported by the partnership between CHAI and UNITAID — representing more than two-thirds of the total number of children on treatment globally.


Bill Clinton to campaign in Norfolk for Terry McAuliffe
Former President Bill Clinton is coming to Norfolk in two weeks to campaign for Terry McAuliffe, his long-time friend and fundraiser who is running for governor. Norfolk Councilman W. Randy Wright, a McAuliffe supporter, said Clinton will be the guest speaker at a fundraiser at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel on May 14.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Clinton praises student career-training
Former President Bill Clinton today praised a pioneering career-training program for Philadelphia high school students, saying it was the kind of program that improves students' lives and the economy

Former President Bill Clinton spoke during a conference at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia

Former President Bill Clinton meets with participants, including Mayor Michael Nutter, second from right, during a conference at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Tuesday April 28, 2009.(

Just 2 more days until the BIG Bill Clinton event

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Email from Bill Clinton

I like to think I know a thing or two about running for governor in a southern state as a candidate with lots of energy and ideas. But, I've got to tell you, there's one guy running in a key 2009 election that - even back in my best Arkansas shape - I'd have a hard time keeping up with.
I'm talking about Terry McAuliffe. We campaigned side-by-side in Richmond and Roanoke yesterday. I came because there are only 42 days left before the primary election, and I know that no one will do a better job of creating jobs than Terry.
Over those last 42 days, we need to show all of Virginia what I saw firsthand: a strong Democrat bursting with ideas about how to keep Virginia moving forward. You've been there for Terry before, but as we enter the last crucial month of this campaign, he needs your help again. So please take action right this minute.
Click here to make an immediate donation in the hours before the critical April 30 deadline.
All eyes are on Virginia right now - and for good reason. This Governor's race features a contest between a Republican Party sadly wedded to the past and a Democratic Party charging into the future.
I know what it takes to barrel your way past failed and tired GOP policies to create millions of jobs. And I'm convinced that Terry -- an entrepreneur with 13 years experience running large organizations -- has the wisdom and mettle to bring the security of a good-paying job to people in every corner of Virginia. Plus, he's got a Business Plan to make it happen.
The stakes couldn't be any higher for Virginia families. And, as one of only two statewide contests this year, people all across America will be paying close attention to this election's outcome.
We're getting down to crunch time. Terry's primary is just weeks away, and he's already making door-knocking and phone-calling plans for those critical days before Election Day. Terry's spirited, can-do campaign needs all the help it can get to win these pivotal final weeks. I'm urging you to show your support right now - before it's too late.
Click here to make an immediate donation in the hours before the critical April 30 deadline.
Remember, there are fewer than 3 days before we hit that fast-approaching deadline. 
With your immediate help, Terry can win a big, bold victory for Virginia's future.
Best,Bill Clinton
P.S. Believe me, in this vitally important election, Terry is giving it everything he's got. And that kind of energy and commitment deserves our strenuous support. Please join in before midnight on Thursday.

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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Statement: On Malaria Day 2009
Today, the Malaria Elimination Group, of which my Foundation is a member, released documents that provide countries with new tools to design and run effective elimination programs. They will be a big help, necessary in giving all the world’s children a malaria-free future, but will require more donors to provide affected nations with the support and long-term, predictable funding that they need. I urge all who can help to do so. Millions of lives, mostly very young ones, hang in the balance. This is a fight we can win.

News: Clinton Foundation Marks Earth Day at East Harlem Garden

In observance of Earth Day on April 22, 46 staff members and interns of the Clinton Foundation planted perennials and shrubs at an East Harlem garden at 103rd Street and Madison Avenue. With shovels, spades, hoes, and team spirit, the volunteers put on gloves, broke up the soil, and then planted rose bushes, pansies, geraniums, primroses, begonias, and irises in front of the Casita Maria Senior Center located at the George Washington Carver Houses. The Foundation teamed up with the Council on the Environment of New York City for the project, and the flowers and shrubs for the garden were bought from a donation by President Bill Clinton

Saturday, April 25, 2009

FAMU President James H. Ammons to Present Former U.S. President Bill Clinton with Honorary Doctorate
Florida A&M University (FAMU) President James H. Ammons will present William “Bill” Clinton, former United States president and founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation, with an honorary doctorate of humane letters at the spring 2009 commencement exercise

Friday, April 24, 2009

Former President Bill Clinton to visit Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum
She said Clinton will arrive at the memorial at about 5 p.m. and speak to an invited group of people to include trustees, committee members and donors.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

AIDS Clinics May Close

In Bill Clinton's words"I have 2 million people I am keeping alive with my AIDS drugs. Now, how is this economic crisis going to affect that and your other various things?CLINTON: Well, so far, it has not had an adverse effect on the Global Initiative. It has had a very adverse effect on my health and economic development programs, and my climate change programs. Because after my library was built, where Americans were very generous to me at all levels, since then most of the contributions I get are 100 dollars or less, or a half a million or more. Millions and millions and millions of dollars disappeared from that upper category through no fault of their own.So I had saved some money for a little endowment, and I spent about half of it last year to keep all of our clinics open, and to keep most of our global warming work going, because I didn't want any children to die because of the economic downturn. But this year, I have got to go out and probably get another 200,000 or 300,000 people to give me 100 dollars or less, and then get more people to give money at the 500 to 1,000, 1,500 dollar category. And if I don't do it, I won't be able to continue my operations.KING: Do you think any giving might be hard?CLINTON: Well, no, ironically, here is what I think is going to happen. I think that most Americans know they're still better off than most people who ever lived. And a lot of people around the world feel that way. So they will continue to give some money, even if less. What I think is that almost every charitable endeavor will have to do what I'm doing, they'll have to restructure to be more like the recent presidential campaign. You know, in American modern history, the most Internet- intensive, small donor-dominated campaigns ever run, in order, were: first, President Obama's; second, Hillary's; third John McCain's"

go to the link below and give $5 you just need to select other and put in $5 on the contribution form.

Dinner with Bill Clinton

somebody's account
"A magical evening, so full of interesting comments, I wish I recorded it all… He seems to be aging like a fine wine, from what I have seen over six meetings spread over the years…In response to recent results on the poor performance of the U.S. educational system compared to other nations:“For too long the Democrats have been focused on the teachers unions and the Republicans have focused on local control and property taxes, and neither party has focused on the children. At the fourth grade, our students are internationally competitive, but my 10th grade there is a huge chasm. It’s not as if their brains have been sucked out. The educational system has failed them. In other countries, they go to school longer each year and they test for performance. I was a big advocate for charter schools in 1992 when there were just a few of them in the nation. Charter schools are driving the best results in public schools today.”

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Earth Day events: Bill Clinton speaks in O.C.

Clinton will speak at the Fortune Magazine's Brainstorm Green conference, where he will address about 300 business leaders. The event is not open to the public but will be covered by the media. i did hear some of his speech live and the Q & A session. it was great and not online now.
below are some of his comments and

Watch Bill Clinton's video message on energy and climate change

Dear Amy, Today, on Earth Day, I want to share with you the work we're doing in the fight against climate change. In a video I just recorded, I speak about the urgent need to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Despite the economic recession, we have a tremendous opportunity to solve both our environmental and economic challenges. We can do this through investment in green projects that save money and create jobs.

President Bill Clinton and Terry McAuliffe in Richmond and Roanoke on Monday

Please RSVP to receive more information about President Bill Clinton and Terry McAuliffe campaigning together on Monday in Richmond and Roanoke. We will let you know the details of the event as soon as they are finalized.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe this afternoon released details of his appearances Monday in Richmond and Roanoke with former President Bill Clinton.
At 9:30 a.m. Monday, Clinton and McAuliffe will speak in Richmond at the 17th Street Farmer's Market, located at 17th and Franklin streets.
At 12:15 p.m. Clinton and McAuliffe will speak in Roanoke at Fire Station No. 1, at 13 E. Church Ave. SE.
McAuliffe, of McLean, is vying with former Del. Brian J. Moran of Alexandria and with state Sen. R. Creigh Deeds of Bath County for the Democratic nomination a June 9 primary.

Earth Day in OC: Bill Clinton speaks to business leaders
Topping that list will be a speech by President Bill Clinton at the Ritz Carlton in Dana Point. Clinton will speak at the Fortune Magazine's Brainstorm Green conference, where he will address about 300 business leaders. The event is not open to the public but will be covered by the press

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Barack Obama and Bill Clinton garden together to promote national service

Former President Bill Clinton pauses as he digs a hole to plant a tree as he and President Barack Obama, not pictured, work with volunteers at a national service project at Kenilworth Aquatic Garden in Washington, Tuesday, April 21, 2009.(AP )

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Clinton: ''We have not forgotten'' Columbine

Former President Bill Clinton gave a taped speech during the ceremony

Bill Clinton at Obama White House: The two first black presidents meet
Former President Bill Clinton visits the Obama White House today, the first meeting of the two in the Oval Office since Barack Obama took office.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW Salvation Army Event with Bill Clinton George HW Bush

this link has the details and way for you to order tickets

Monday, April 20, 2009

Fundraising Event For Clinton Foundation GOOD PRICE

I am trying to sell tickets to a fundraising event for Bill Clinton's Foundationon April 30. Tickets are $150

Join me and Honorary Ambassadors Natalie Portman, Mike Myers, Don Cheadle, Amy Poehler, Sarah Silverman and Kerry Washington for the Millennium Network event to Benefit the William J. Clinton Foundation. The Millennium Network seeks to engage the next generation of leaders and philanthropists in the work of the Clinton Foundation. April 30th promises to be an inspiring evening with remarks from President Clinton and a live performance by Remember that all contributions are tax-deductible and help the Clinton Foundation continue to tackle some of the world's most pressing challenges.

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Clinton, Bush booked for joint Toronto appearance

WASHINGTON — Former U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush will appear together in Toronto next month on a public stage for the first time since Mr. Bush ended his presidency, in a remarkable twist on the cultural cold war that Barack Obama and others are trying to lay to rest.
The two will be appearing at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on May 29 for a moderated “conversation” that is expected to last about two hours.

For ticket inquiries, call 1-866-994-2555.

Bill Clinton and Carlos Slim Launch $20 Million Investment Firm for Small Business in Colombia
Today, the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative (CGSGI), a project of the William J. Clinton Foundation, and the Carlos Slim Foundation announced the creation of an innovative $20 million investment fund in Colombia that creates a new source of financing for qualified micro and small businesses that are underserved by existing markets for financing.

Bill Clinton will be on CTV's new hit series SPECTACLE: May 8

check the tv listings starting next week for the May 8 schedule using this link

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Skokie Holocaust museum opens:Bill Clinton Keynotes Event

An estimated 12,000 people slogged through rain to attend the opening day's ceremony, held beneath a tent outdoors, that included a videotaped statement by President Barack Obama and the appearance of Holocaust survivor and author Elie Wiesel.


Give your first-hand account of the Holocaust Museum with Bill Clinton

If you attended post a comment. suggested topics below

how early did you get there for your seat?

were you cold?

were you in the overflow room? if not how did you get a good ticket in the main tent? i asked for a ticket 4 hours after the story broke and mine was overflow room ticket so i stayed home here in Cincinnati.

did you shake his hand?

give your overall impression of the event and his speech

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Press Release: UNITAID and the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative Announce New Price Reductions for Key AIDS Medicines

Price of most affordable generic second-line drug regimen reduced to $590 annually, from more than $700 in 2008
Tenofovir-based, one-pill, once-daily first-line regimen now available for $210 annually, down 30 percent from 2008
Over 300,000 patients living with HIV now benefiting from UNITAID & Clinton Foundation partnership

Friday, April 17, 2009

Bill Clinton to receive Truman award

This event is FREEE
call the city of Independence public relations office at 816 325-7020

Bill Clinton accepts Lisa Nutter's offers

Bill Clinton in Philly April 28 raise money for WorkReady Philadelphia

the website link of WorkReady is below. it does not list event or way to buy a ticket but it has a way to contact them if you want to find out more

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Former President Clinton To Speak at Salvation Army Benefit
Former Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton will be featured co-speakers at the 16th annual dinner May 2 at the BOK Center.

HAITI: Donors Pledge 125 Million Dollars to Rebuild After Storms

WASHINGTON, Apr 15 (IPS) - International donors have pledged 324 million dollars over the next two years in additional aid to help Haiti recover from food riots and damage to roads and other key infrastructure caused by four hurricanes that ravaged Latin America's poorest nation last summer.The commitments were made during an all-day, all-star meeting that featured former U.S. President Bill Clinton, his wife and current secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, and the heads of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF), among others, at the headquarters of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) here Tuesday.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton concludes his remarks to the Haiti Donors Conference at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington April 14,

check out photos of the event

President Bill Clinton and Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Microfinance Pioneer Muhammad Yunus to Keynote Georgetown Global Forum
Leaders from key sectors will share successful strategies for addressing some of the world's most pressing challenges, including poverty, access to education and global health. Taking place just weeks after G20 leaders committed significant resources to the developing world, this timely Forum will serve as a laboratory for examining new methods of development for a sustainable future.

Monday, April 13, 2009

President Bill Clinton to Headline NBTA International Convention

The National Business Travel Association (NBTA) announced today that President Bill Clinton will speak at the 2009 NBTA International Convention & Exposition, to be held August 23-26 in San Diego. President Clinton, whose appearance is being sponsored by Amadeus IT Group, will provide a presidential perspective into current and future global politics and economics.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Bill Clinton to Speak at the FortuneBrainstorm Green Conference

April 22
Confirmed Speaker:President Bill ClintonFounder, William J. Clinton Foundation42nd President of the United States

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Minister Bathiyutheen to meet Bill Clinton, Ban Ki Moon over resettlement issues
Sri Lankan Minister of Minister of Resettlement and Disaster Relief Services Abdul Risath Bathiyutheen will meet former US President Bill Clinton and United Nations Secretary General N Ban Ki Moon over issues relating to the resettlement of Internally Displaced Persons.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Bill Clinton FAMU Graduation Speaker
The following is a Press Release from Florida A and M University
President Bill Clinton, U.S. Congressman Kendrick Meek and CNN Anchor Soledad O’Brien Keynote FAMU’s 2009 Spring Commencement
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Former President Bill Clinton will lead the line up of speakers scheduled for Florida A&M University’s Spring 2009 Commencement on May 3, 2009.

Bill Clinton backs Decade of Action for Road Safety

Former US President Bill Clinton has given his support to the Make Roads Safe campaign and signed our Call for a Decade of Action for Road Safety.

he looks so happy

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Help Pay Off Hillary's campaign debt and possibly spend a day with Bill Clinton

I knew it was going to take an extraordinary effort to help pay off Hillary Clinton's campaign debt. But now, I think we can do it and have some fun at the same time!I won't spend a lot of time trying to convince you to help Hillary. I know what she means to you, and I'm sure you know how important it is for her to have her campaign pay off all its obligations.So let's get to the fun part -- enter today to win one of three truly once in a lifetime opportunities and you will also be doing something great to help finish off Hillary's debt.With a contribution today, one of these exclusive prizes could be yours:

Spend a day with President Clinton. Head to New York City to attend several interesting events with President Clinton followed by your own special New York City weekend.

Attend the American Idol season finale. You and a guest will watch live as the American Idol judges make their final comments and decisions on this year's most anticipated season finale!

Want to talk politics with me? How about a spending a weekend in DC. You will have lunch with me and my great friend Paul Begala. We will talk about politics, you will get to tour all the amazing sites DC has to offer and who knows what else could happen! Make a contribution today and you could be on your way to one of these once in a lifetime opportunities!Your contribution today not only gives you the chance at winning one of these fantastic prizes - it'll also help our dear friend, Hillary Clinton, pay off the very last of her campaign debt.This means a whole lot to Hillary, and I know she appreciates everything you do for her.These amazing prizes are only being offered online and are available only for a limited time - so please don't delay in acting today.Sincerely, James Carville P.S. This is a truly once in a lifetime opportunity to win one of three amazing prizes AND to help Hillary pay off her debt. I hope you'll seize it. Click here to enter today!

Why I miss Bill Clinton by Amy Dugan, PhD

The president's 2010 budget calls for $76.8 billion to fund the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), down from $78.4 billion in 2009 funding. The budget request did not provide any specific funding guidelines for the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Most other departments in the federal government will see a funding increase that exceeds inflation.

If you are a scientist you know Foundations and Charities are broke because the Financial collapse eliminated their big donor base and Bush dried up federal science funding leaving many of us without a future in medical research. Obama should not only increase NIH funding for cancer and embryonic stem cells but overall funding for medical science needs to increase like it did under Bill Clinton. As of Dec 2010 or sooner, Shriners Hopsital in Cincinnati will stop all animal reaserch funding, eliminating my job.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Former President Clinton to speak in Thousand Oaks
Ticket priority for the new season is given to current season ticket holders. New season tickets are not yet on sale and haven’t been posted at the series Web site.
Those interested in finding out how to purchase tickets can e-mail through the Speaker Series Web site at

Bill Clinton Gives Paterson A Pep Talk

Paterson revealed in an interview with WAMC's Alan Chartock (to air this Friday on the Capitol Connection), that he sat next to Clinton at a recent Nassau County Democratic dinner and got a bit of a pep talk from the ex-president, who, as a former governor, had some unique insight to the troubles Paterson now faces.

The CGI Fifth Annual Meeting will take place September 22-25, 2009, in New York City

After four years of dedicated action by our members, the CGI Annual Meeting has emerged as the preeminent venue where business meets philanthropy to discuss and develop effective partnerships as well as profitable – yet sustainable – business practices to achieve social change. This year’s meeting topics will provide top CEOs, government officials, and leaders of the most effective nonprofits an opportunity to discuss specific Action Areas that can provide solutions to global economic, social, and environmental concerns.
Learn More About The Fifth Annual Meeting

The Clinton Presidential Center invites you to Easter Brunch

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Save The Children

Clinton packs Crest Hollow

Former President Bill Clinton can still pack rooms - and raise money.
With Clinton headlining, Nassau Democrats were able to bring in about $1 million at a huge political dinner at Crest Hollow Country Club last night. The keynote speaker rose to speak under the glow of cell phone and Blackberry camera flashes and went on to rally the local troops, telling the room not to give up on Gov. David Paterson yet.

Invite to hear Hillary on May 18

I have the invite to the event on May 18 that Hillary is attending. I need to attach it which I cannot figure out how to do. If you know how, tell me and I will send you

Monday, April 6, 2009

Bill Clinton says Mayor Bloomberg is doing a great job



Dear Amy, In the 1930s, the Empire State Building was proof of what a combination of innovation and hard work could accomplish in a race to build the tallest skyscraper in the world. Today, President Clinton joined New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to announce that the Empire State Building is joining the race against climate change. The building will undergo an energy-saving retrofit to improve building efficiency, reduce its carbon footprint, and save on utility costs.

Former President Bill Clinton and New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will make a joint appearance at the Empire State Building Monday April 6

The Examiner will bring you comprehensive coverage of the 11 a.m. event.
The Empire State Building is located at 350 Fifth Avenue.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Comic-book bios -- Hillary, Sarah -- rocket off shelves

"Then I got a call a few days ago," recalls Davis. "It was Bill Clinton's office, calling to request copies of the Hillary comic." Although it wasn't the former president himself on the phone, Davis found himself stuttering as he spoke to one of Clinton's aides. "It wasn't like they were requesting it for the office," Davis recalls. "They said, 'President Clinton is requesting this from you.'"

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Kairos to hold first summit meeting

On April 3 and 4, the Kairos Society, a group of students from 18 different schools across the country, will gather for their first two-day summit in New York.

Keynote speakers will include former President Bill Clinton

Friday, April 3, 2009

Bill Clinton goes to bat for amfAR

Former president Bill Clinton will serve as an event chair for amfAR's annual Cinema Against AIDS benefit, set for May 21 at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France, during the 62nd annual Festival de Cannes.

News: The Clinton Climate Initiative Serves as Convening Partner for Empire State Building Retrofit

The Empire State Building is once again leading the way in the commercial building sector as it prepares to undergo an energy efficiency building retrofit project to improve building efficiency, reduce its carbon footprint, and save on utility costs.
The Building Retrofit Program of the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) – designed to bring together many of the world’s largest building owners, energy service companies, financial institutions, and cities to lower greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption in existing buildings – is one of the key facilitators of the Empire State Building retrofit project.

Bill Clinton will visit Philadelphia to address business and education leaders on preparing students for 21st century skills

The event is open to the public. Tickets are $50 with proceeds supporting internship preparation and industry and talent pipeline initiatives for Philadelphia public high school students.

For more information about the Policy Convene with President Bill Clinton on April 28 at the National Constitution Center, please contact Philadelphia Academies, Inc. at 215/546-6300.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Bill Clinton subscribes to Ode!

Don't use economic crisis as pretext to cut aid: Bill Clinton

"I support my secretary of state, we can't walk away from the world," said Clinton, referring to his wife Hillary Clinton.
The former Democrat president warned in an address at a "Global Progressive Forum" that in the "profoundly unstable" and "profoundly unequal" world, the current development situation was "non-sustainable".

This is a BOGUS Page Bill Clinton Has Twitter Page

A Clinton Foundation staffer informed this link page is not Bill Clinton's

The one below is correct but not quite ready to luanch it yet

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

'Climate event' in the Stockholm Town Hall, Sweden Wednesday, April 1 2009.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is visible on a screen when he talks during a debate at the 'Climate event' in the Stockholm Town Hall, Sweden Wednesday, April 1 2009. Others on the podium from left are EU deputy chairman Margot Wallstrom, John Rockstrom, Stockholm Environment Institute, Nobel laureate professor Wangari Maathai, Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and Britain's former Prime Minister Tony Blair. The event addressed 'Visions of a Low-Carbon World - Moving Forward in the Face of Financial Crisis'

Bill Clinton Interviewed on MTV VIDEO

watch the interview

Clinton childhood home gets historic designation

By Bill Clinton:

great op-ed by Bill Clinton. Also includes video clip of Bill Clinton

Happenings in April at the Clinton Presidential Center

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Dear Amy,
April is packed with many fun-filled events, including the state’s largest egg hunt and a special $3 Library Admission Day. If you are looking for adventure but want to save the airfare, join us for “Around the World Thursday” at our restaurant, Forty Two, where we will be “traveling” to Mumbai, India.
The latest news about the Clinton Center is available on our website. See a full listing of upcoming events.
EASTER FAMILY FESTIVALSaturday, April 4 Bring your family and friends to enjoy the state’s largest egg hunt with more than 100,000 eggs “hidden” on the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Park. Other activities include free pictures with the Easter Bunny, petting zoo, toy giveaways, arts and crafts, and children's activities. Admission to the festival is free and on Saturday April 4, admission to the Clinton Presidential Library is only $3. Learn more.

April 4 – Easter Family Festival and $3 Admission DayApril 16 – Around the World Thursday at Forty Two featuring Mumbai, India April 16 - 17 – Arkansas Literacy Festival featuring teen author Noah McCullough April 18 - 19 – Arkansas Literacy Festival featuring Mary Anne Radmacher April 19 - 25 – National Volunteer Week April 25 – Coloring Contest Winner Announcement Through May 25 – "Peter Max Paints America" on display
AROUND THE WORLD THURSDAY: MUMBAI, INDIA Thursday, April 16 Soak up the culture and cuisine of India’s largest and most colorful city, Mumbai. Doors open at 6:30pm and dinner is served at 7pm. $27.95 each, reservations required: 501.537.0042. Learn more. Upcoming dinners on the third Thursday of each month: May 21 - Havana, Cuba; June 18 - Kingston, Jamaica; July 16 - Tastes of the United States.
MEET THE AUTHORS April 16-19In celebration of The Arkansas Literary Festival, the Clinton Center welcomes authors Noah McCullough and Mary Anne Radmacher.
Noah McCullough is an American teenage author whose latest book, First Kids: The True Stories of All the President’s Children, gives an in-depth look at the kids who have called the White House home. The presentation is free to school groups and the public. Make your reservation today: 501.748.0419 or Learn more. Mary Anne Radmacher is an artist and author. Her latest endeavor, “Courage Doesn’t Always Roar,” combines Radmacher’s original artwork and hand-lettered stenciled words of inspiration in a small but powerful book. The presentation, held at the Clinton Museum Store, is free and open to public, reservations are not required. Learn more.
Peter Max Paints America Coloring Contest Winner AnnouncementSaturday, April 25The winners of the “Peter Max Paints America” coloring contest will be announced at a special ceremony at the Clinton Center on Saturday, April 25, at 10:30am. Learn more. Make sure you visit the Center to catch more than 250 of Peter Max’s most recognizable works from several periods on display until May 25. Learn more.
National Volunteer Week April 19-25The Clinton Center Volunteer Program offers unique opportunities to volunteers to serve in many capacities. President Clinton describes how important they are to the Center: "The volunteers at my Library serve as ambassadors to Arkansas, welcoming visitors from all over the world. I am grateful and appreciative of their service and commitment to the Clinton Center." Learn more about becoming a Clinton Center volunteer.
Kumpuris Distinguished Lecture Series - View OnlineIn partnership with the Clinton School of Public Service and AT&T Arkansas, the Clinton Foundation proudly presents the Frank and Kula Kumpuris Distinguished Lecture Series at Clinton Center. On March 20, former President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Senators Dale Bumpers and David Pryor discussed their careers in politics in a panel discussion as part of the series at the Clinton Presidential Center. This historic evening was a delight to the standing room only crowd and can be viewed online.
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