Birthday Bash at Clinton House Museum

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Former President Bill Clinton turns 66 on Sunday, and a Fayetteville museum dedicated to when he lived here in the '70s decided to throw him a birthday party a day early.

The Clinton House Museum hosted the birthday bash on Saturday.  Admission was free and refreshments including Moon Pies and other favorites of Clinton were served.

The museum is in a home near the University of Arkansas where the future president and secretary of state where married in the living room in 1975.

he public is encouraged to stop by and sign Bill Clinton's birthday card.

The house was officially added to the national register in January of 2010.

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