Updated:CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
While President Barack Obama is preparing to deliver his nomination acceptance speech Thursday night, the first lady will be volunteering.
Michelle Obama and the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, Jill Biden, will help pack care packages for military members returning from overseas.
The first lady spoke to voters on Wednesday. “If you can afford it, write a check. If you haven’t maxed out, max out.”
Michelle Obama is also scheduled to speak at a women’s caucus meeting Thursday morning.
The following is Michelle Obama’s schedule for Thursday:
10:15 a.m. – First lay and Jill Biden will help pack care packages containing comfort items like shampoo, razors and wash cloths for service members returning from overseas deployments who often don't have access to these types of items on their first nights back in the United States.
11:35 a.m. - First lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden will speak at the Women's Caucus Meeting.
Evening - First lady Michelle Obama will attend the DNCC Evening Program.
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