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The Clinton Library: Five years after

Posted By on Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 11:33 AM

Time flies. It's been almost five years since the Clinton Library was dedicated on a raw, rainy day in November.

Fifth anniversary events Nov. 14-18 are planned around a "Five Days of Giving" theme, in keeping with the Clinton Foundation's worldwide charitable endeavors. The Little Rock event will be locally focused -- a coat drive, public service projects and a closing "Thank You, Arkansas" luncheon in a tent on the library grounds Nov. 18.

The lunch won't be a fancy, high-dollar event, but a people's lunch. It'll cost $25 each and the 1,000 tickets will be distributed first-come, first-served. The keynote speaker is, naturally, President 42, William J. Clinton.

Details here.

CLINTON FOUNDATION RELEASE

WHO:                         The William J. Clinton Presidential Center
 
WHAT:                      Five Days of Giving - Fifth Anniversary Celebration
 
WHEN:                      November 14 – November 18, 2009
 
WHERE:                    William J. Clinton Presidential Center
                                   1200 President Clinton Ave.
                                   Little Rock, AR 72201
 
BACKGROUND:      Five Days of Giving is a five-day celebration to thank the citizens of Arkansas for their support of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center.
 
The five days begin on Saturday, Nov. 14, when admission to the Library will be free to the public throughout the day.  Saturday will also mark the beginning of the five-day Clinton Center Coat Drive along with partners Central Arkansas Gastroenterology Clinic, KATV Ch. 7, Oak Forest Cleaners, and the Little Rock Fire Department. The Center will serve as the central drop off location.
 
"Five Days of Giving" culminates on the actual fifth anniversary of the dedication of the Clinton Presidential Center. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 18 with a luncheon on the grounds of the Clinton Center. President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address and several other speakers will participant in the program. Limited seating available. Tickets are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The schedule for "Five Days of Giving" is listed below.

Saturday, Nov. 14, Free Admission Day at the Clinton Library and kick off of the Clinton Center Coat Drive
Sunday, Nov. 15, “Crepes for Coats” at on-site restaurant Forty Two
                          Diners who bring their coat donation receipt for Sunday Brunch will receive a 15 percent discount.
Monday, Nov. 16, Clinton School of Public Service: Student Service Project Panel
Tuesday, Nov. 17, Clinton Center Service Project in partnership with City Year Little Rock/North Little Rock and Bank of America
Wednesday, Nov. 18, "Thank You, Arkansas" Luncheon

For more information about the Clinton Center and Five Days of Giving, please visit www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org

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