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April is recognized nationally as Donate Life Month. In 1997, Vice President Al Gore and HHS Secretary Donna Shalala launched the National Organ and Tissue Donation Initiative, which adopted “Share Your Life. Share Your Decision” as its slogan. Over the next several years, Congress, HHS, the Coalition on Donation, and the Ad Council employed various strategies to promote this shared message. Learn more about how the Clinton...

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“Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea,” a dynamic exhibit featuring 20 giant, breathtaking sea life sculptures will open to the public on Saturday April 27th. The sculptures are made entirely of marine debris collection from beaches to graphically, yet beautifully, illustrate the toll pollution takes on our oceans and waterways. To learn more visit...

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The last day to view the White House Collection of America Crafts exhibit is Sunday March 31st. The White House Collection of American Crafts was commissioned by First Lady Hillary Clinton and President Bill Clinton in 1993 as part of the “Year of American Craft: A Celebration of the Creative Work of the Hand.” The collection includes 73 works of glass, metal, ceramic, fiber, and wood, created by seventy-seven of America’s foremost...

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The last day to view “White House, Green Building” exhibit and tour the tiny house is March 24, 2019. Once the exhibit closes, the tiny house will be moved to a new location. If you want to make it yours, there will be an auction on March 21. For more information, click here.

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Did you know that the inaugural NEA Read Across America Day, held annually during the week of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, happened during the Clinton Administration? This year we celebrated in a big way – with more than 2,500 pre-K through 2nd grade students. To learn more about how President Clinton supported the program while he was in office, check out Clinton Connections – Read Across America & Dr. Seuss’s...

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