The Ronald Reagan Conference Center was dedicated on May 19, 2016.  Michael and Colleen Reagan attended the dedication, along with other board members, and Reagan Legacy Foundation donors Warren G. Herreid and Jeannine Rivet.  

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On Monday, March 14, Michael and Colleen Reagan, presented $25,000 in scholarships to USS Ronald Reagan Sailors and family members who serve aboard the USS Ronald Reagan.

In remembrance of Maureen Reagan, who passed away on August 8, 2001, here is her Reagan Peace Garden dedication speech at Eureka College.  We honor her legacy.

Reagan Peace Garden Dedication Speech

Michael Reagan, President of The Reagan Legacy Foundation, visits USS Reagan CVN 76 prior to its repositioning in Japan.

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Reagan Legacy Foundation 2015 Scholarship Winners

On Monday, June 15, Michael and Colleen Reagan, along with their daughter Ashley and members of the Reagan Legacy Foundation, presented $10,000 in scholarships to USS Ronald Reagan crew and their dependents.

The presentation was held in the hangar bay aboard USS Ronald Reagan. Commanding Officer Capt. Christopher Bolt made opening comments.  Proud family members and hundreds of sailors watched as Captain Brett Crozier, the ship’s Executive Officer, announced the winners and Reagan family members presented each with a framed certificate and a check for $1,000.

Reagan family, supporters gather at the presidential library to celebrate the president’s birthday.

From Los Angeles Daily News:
Simi Valley, Calif., Feb. 6, 2015  - A 21-gun salute, flyover and live music marked what would have been President Ronald Reagan’s 104th birthday today at his presidential library in Simi Valley. The celebration, which included keynote remarks by Vice Admiral Michael Miller, began with live music from the Camp Pendleton Marine Division Band at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. An official White House wreath was also placed on President Reagan’s grave site. Michael Reagan salutes along with others.

Michael E. Reagan, son of the late President Reagan, will discuss how this extraordinary event happened when he speaks at Wofford College on Thursday, Nov. 1, for the college’s Hipp Lecture Series on International Affairs and National Security. He will speak at 7 p.m. in Leonard Auditorium in Main Building on “Reagan and Gorbachev: The Unlikely Friendship that Ended the Cold War.”

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation blessing the construction of a Ronald Reagan statue at the state Capitol, citing his "courage and unique leadership ability" while pointing out that the Republican icon oversaw tax increases - just as Brown would like to do.

State senators of both political parties are supporting a bill that would allow a statue of Ronald Reagan to be placed inside the California Capitol.