Art Cafe at the Laura W. Bush Institute

WHAT: A reception commemorating the completion of the art collection at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center’s Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health (LWBIWH).

WHEN: 5:30 to 7 p.m. June 7 (Tuesday)

WHERE: LWBIWH executive offices, 1400 Wallace Blvd.

EVENT:  The institute will host a wine and cheese reception commemorating the completion of the LWBIWH art collection and the unveiling of a portrait of former first lady Laura W. Bush by local artist Ruth Bryant Quackenbush.

The LWBIWH was created in 2007, and is dedicated to the cultivation and advancement of multidisciplinary science in women's health and to the promotion of the well-being of women through research, education and community outreach. The institute has centers in the Permian Basin, Amarillo, Lubbock, San Angelo and El Paso. Visit www.ttuhsc.edu/lwbiwh for more information.

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