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Former President Carter to Visit Utah for Fundraiser

Former President Carter to Visit Utah for Fundraiser

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- President Carter is planning a visit to Utah this week.

The 2002 Nobel Prize winner is scheduled to arrive at Snowbird Resort on Thursday. It's part of a fund-raising trip for his Atlanta-based Carter Center, which promotes world peace and health initiatives.

Carter will attend a private event at Snowbird, although the public is invited to participate Saturday in a live auction, which will include a coffee table handcrafted by Carter; a baseball signed by Carter and Cuban President Fidel Castro; and memorabilia from the October ceremony when Carter was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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