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Thursday, March 23, 2006
Bill Clinton's in Town Today
The ex-Prez will take part in two Philadelphia events today. At 5:30 this afternoon, he'll be a panelist at a "Fit Nation" forum at Drexel University. With stops at campuses across the U.S., this CNN initiative promotes more healthful living. All the seats for the event, in Behrakis Grand Hall, have already been parceled out, mainly to faculty and students. At 7:30 at the National Constitution Center, the Katrina and tsunami relief leader will talk as part of the We the People Gala that's part of a four-day conference here. The National Service-Learning Conference, which began yesterday, continues through Saturday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.