President Bush may be attending a July fourth celebration in Dayton marking the 100th year of powered flight. One of the event’s organizers, William Roess, says that it’s his understanding Bush will be there. He says he’s awaiting official notification. Roess says he got word of the President’s plans this week. He’s declining to release any other details of Bush’s visit. White House spokesman Scott Stanzel says he can’t confirm that President’s visit. He says the White House expects to release the President’s advance schedule by Friday. Wilbur and Orville Wright invented and developed the airplane in their hometown of Dayton. The city is planning a 17-day celebration beginning July third to mark the 100th anniversary of their first flight near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, on December 17th, 1903.