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 Sketching notes in the margin of speech drafts, President Bush rewrites portions of the address in the Oval Office Jan. 23, 2003. White House photo by Eric Draper.

Question: I understand there is a way to get a birthday greeting for special events form the President. My mother is celebrating her 100th birthday on July 6, 2003.

Answer: The White House Greetings Office will send a congratulatory message from the President to an individual celebrating their 100th birthday.

REQUIRED INFORMATION. Please include the following in your request.

  • Name and home address of honoree(s)
  • Exact date of occasion (month, day, year)
  • Your (the requestor's) name and daytime phone number

WHEN TO EXPECT YOUR GREETING. In most cases, greetings will be mailed from the White House approximately ten (10) days prior to the event.



The White House
Attn: Greetings Office
Washington, D.C. 20502-0039

For more information about greetings from the President, please visit the White House Contact page.