HOPE, Ark. — Former President Bill Clinton is planning a visit to his boyhood home in Hope next month.
The Texarkana Gazette reports that Clinton is to make the stop on April 16. The visit will give him a look at how the home is being managed by the National Park Service, which took over operations of the home at the start of the year.
A dedication ceremony is scheduled, and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and National Park Service director Jon Jarvis are to be on hand.
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