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Holiday Reflections at The White House 2000: Welcome Letter

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Presidential Photo Dear Friends,

The majestic beauty of the White House is evident every day of the year, but even more so when it comes to life with the spirit of the holidays. When we pause to reflect on our family's eight unforgettable years at the White House, our memories turn most fondly to the joyous holiday seasons we have shared. As we prepare to leave this grand house, we thank all who have made the holidays so special, not only for us, but also for the tens of thousands of visitors who come to share in its lively holiday splendor. We especially pay tribute to the countless artists and volunteers who have transformed the White House into a showcase rich with the creative spirit of our great Nation — from the talented craftsmen who fashioned handmade ornaments for the Blue Room tree to the devoted designers and volunteers who have decked the halls of the White House each November. We have enjoyed watching the joy and amazement in the children's eyes as they wander through the house every year. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to embark with us on a reflection of holidays past at the White House.


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