First lady, Michelle Obama will be in Minnesota on Friday March 16 for two reasons.
She will be meeting with National Guard families and local community leaders to work with military families, according to The Star Tribune.
She is going in support of her Joining Forces Community Challenge.
According to The Star Tribune, it is "an effort to recognize citizens and community groups that have demonstrated a commitment to improving the lives of military families and veterans."
According to AP, military families and participants that take part in the Defending the Blue Line program will meet with her at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
After meeting with National Guard families, Mrs. Obama will raise money for her husband's presidential campaign. The fundraiser will be held at the Walker Art Center according to Minnesota Public Radio.
According to The Star Tribune, she is speaking at the Democratic National Committee fundraising event. Donors are asked to donate between $250 and $10,000 to attend the fundraiser.