Clinton House Museum Celebrates President Clinton’s 70th Birthday

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FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) -- The Clinton House Museum celebrates President Clinton's birthday not only with cake and a card guests can sign, but with free admission to those who visit the museum on Saturday (Aug. 20).

The celebration will begin at 9 a.m. with cake on Saturday (Aug. 20)  and the birthday card guests can sign will be sent to President Clinton.

"Former President Clinton and Hillary Clinton have dedicated their lives to public service, much of that love of public service, you can't separate that story of Fayetteville," said Executive Director of the Fayetteville Advertising and Promotions Commission Molly Rawn. "So I think it is something everyone should come and learn more about and something we can all be proud of."

The Clinton House Museum is where Former President and Former Governor Bill Clinton and wife, Hillary Clinton, were married in 1975 and was also their first home together.

The museum is also having a sale on merchandise in celebration of the President's birthday.