Obama week ahead: Mexico and Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona

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Schedule for Week of August 10, 2009

The President will attend a trilateral meeting President Calderon and Prime Minister Harper in Guadalajara on Monday. He will return to Washington in the evening.

On Tuesday, the President will travel to Portsmouth, New Hampshire to hold a town hall meeting on health insurance reform.

On Wednesday morning, the President will host a reception for Justice Sonia Sotomayor at the White House. In the afternoon, the President will host the Medal of Freedom ceremony at the White House.

On Thursday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

On Friday, August 14th, the First Family will visit the Bozeman area of Montana. On August 15th, they will travel to Yellowstone, Wyoming and Grand Junction, Colorado. They will then travel to the Grand Canyon and Phoenix, Arizona on August 16th. They will return to Washington, DC on Monday, August 17th.

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