Former President To Speak At 20th Anniversary Of OKC Bombing
OKLAHOMA CITY - Former President Bill Clinton will deliver remarks and honor the victims, survivors, family members, and rescue workers at the 20th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building bombing on Sunday, April 19.
Clinton, who currently serves as a National Advisory Board Member of the Memorial and Museum, was in his first term as President at the time of the bombing.
Other elected officials in attendance will include former Mayor Ron Norick, former Gov. Frank Keating, Mayor Mick Cornett, and Gov. Mary Fallin.
The Remembrance Ceremony will feature an Oklahoma Standard pinning ceremony, in which all participants will be invited to pin a friend, a student or young person – symbolizing both parties' commitment to maintaining the Oklahoma Standard for years to come.