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Bush's week ahead: As the Senate considers immigration legislation this week, Bush takes a Mexico daytrip. Throws out first pitch at Cincinnati Reds Opener April 3.

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President Bush makes a quick visit to Cancun this week. His schedule below.

THE WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary

________________________________________________________________________

For Immediate Release March 24, 2006

This Information Subject To Change

THE WEEK AHEAD

Saturday, March 25, 2006 | Monday, April 3, 2006

Sunday, March 26

1:00 pm THE PRESIDENT and Mrs. Bush arrive The White House

via Marine One

South Lawn, The White House

OPEN PRESS

RON: Washington, DC

Monday, March 27

10:00 am THE PRESIDENT makes remarks at a Naturalization Ceremony

DAR Administration Building | Washington, DC

POOL FOR CAMERAS; OPEN FOR CORRESPONDENTS

6:30 pm THE PRESIDENT attends a Friends of Conrad Burns Reception

The Madison Hotel | Washington, DC

POOL FOR CAMERAS; OPEN FOR CORRESPONDENTS

Tuesday, March 28

9:10 am THE PRESIDENT meets with his Cabinet

Cabinet Room, The White House

POOL AT BOTTOM

Wednesday, March 29

10:55 am THE PRESIDENT meets with the President of Nigeria

Oval Office, The White House

POOL AT BOTTOM

1:20 pm THE PRESIDENT makes Remarks to Freedom House

Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill | Washington, DC

OPEN PRESS

RON: Cancun, Mexico

Thursday, March 30

TBA events in Cancun, Mexico

RON: Cancun, Mexico

Friday, March 31

TBA events in Cancun, Mexico

2:25 pm THE PRESIDENT arrives Bush Ranch via Marine One

CST Bush Ranch | Crawford, Texas

CLOSED PRESS

RON: Crawford, Texas

Saturday, April 1

RON: Crawford, Texas

Sunday, April 2

RON: Crawford, Texas

Monday, April 3

2:10 pm THE PRESIDENT attends Cincinnati Reds Opening Home Game

Great American Ball Park | Cincinnati, Ohio

OPEN PRESS

Note: The President will throw out the first pitch at

approximately 2:10 pm

RON: Washington, DC


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