(June 10, 2004) - (Little Rock-AP) -- A ceremony is planned at the White House on Monday to unveil the official portrait of former President Bill Clinton. The White House, which is coordinating the event, invited members of Clinton's staff Wednesday, including the head of Clinton's nonprofit foundation, Skip Rutherford. Clinton spokesman Jim Kennedy declined to confirm the former president's schedule after Friday, but Rutherford said Clinton would attend the customary unveiling ceremony. Clinton also attended the last presidential portrait unveiling in the White House, held July 17, 1995, outside the East Room in the Grand Foyer for former President George H.W. Bush.