The former President George W. Bush returns to Midland to unveil a display of his Portraits of Courage at the Museum of the Southwest.

According to NewsWest 9, the exhibit is 66 portraits of 98 veterans.

The paintings will also help out post 9/11 veterans to make a successful transition back into civilian life because all proceeds from the exhibit will go to programs for those veterans.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will be Saturday January 20 at 10 am and will be free to members, veterans, and active duty personnel.

Admission for all others will be $5 for adults and $3 for children.

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