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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Learn More: JROTC
    Descriptive info: Home.. ».. Learn More: JROTC.. Follow @yaf.. Joining JROTC.. The Air Force, the Army, the Navy, and the Marine Corps all run JROTC programs in high schools throughout the country.. The mission statements and purposes for JROTC, as outlined by below, offer many good reasons why JROTC is a valuable course for high school students:.. Air Force JROTC:.. The objectives of Air Force JROTC are to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship, promote community service, instill responsibility, character, and self-discipline, and provide instruction in air and space fundamentals.. The program is grounded in the Air Force core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.. Army JROTC:.. The Army's Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self-discipline.. It prepares high school students for responsible leadership roles  ...   into the community in developing character, leadership, and civic responsibility in tens of thousands of America's kids.. Marine Corps JROTC at its essence is a character education program.. The program keeps kids in school, helps them find their way during the turbulent teenage years, and assists them in becoming productive members of their community.. Our program produces young men and women who are ready to accept the responsibilities as well as the privileges of citizenship.. Naval JROTC:.. What does the Naval JROTC program do? Promotes patriotism; develops informed and responsible citizens; promotes habits of orderliness and precision; develops a high degree of personal honor, self-reliance, individual discipline; promotes an understanding of the basic elements and requirements for national security; develops respect for and an understanding of the need for a constituted authority; provides information on the military services as a possible career; develops leadership potential; provides an alternative to gangs; promotes high school completion; provides incentive to live healthy and drug-free..

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    Descriptive info: Club 100 Where Activism Counts.. Ronald Reagan Young America s Foundation.. New Guard.. Press Releases.. Club 100 Membership Application.. Email:.. *.. Email Opt In:.. Yes.. No.. Contact Type:.. Choose.. Student.. Faculty.. Parent.. Sex (Male or Female).. Male.. Female.. Salutation:.. Miss.. Mr.. Ms.. First Name:.. Last Name:.. Street:.. City:.. State:.. AL.. AK.. AZ.. AR.. CA.. CO.. CT.. DE.. DC.. FL.. GA.. HI.. ID.. IL.. IN.. IA.. KS.. KY.. LA.. ME.. MD.. MA.. MI.. MN.. MS.. MO.. MT.. NE.. NV.. NH.. NJ.. NM.. NY.. NC.. ND.. OH.. OK.. OR.. PA.. RI.. SC.. SD.. TN.. TX.. UT.. VT.. VA.. WA.. WV.. WI.. WY.. Zip:.. *.. Home Mailing Address.. :.. Home City.. Home State.. Home Zip.. Date of Birth:.. Month:.. 01.. 02.. 04.. 05.. 06.. 07.. 08.. 10.. Day:.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 18.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. Year:.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. 2003.. 2002.. 2001.. 2000.. 1999.. 1998.. 1997.. 1996..  ...   1941.. 1940.. 1939.. 1938.. 1937.. 1936.. 1935.. 1934.. 1933.. 1932.. 1931.. 1930.. 1929.. 1928.. 1927.. 1926.. 1925.. 1924.. 1923.. 1922.. 1921.. 1920.. 1919.. 1918.. 1917.. 1916.. 1915.. 1914.. 1913.. 1912.. 1911.. 1910.. 1909.. 1908.. 1907.. 1906.. 1905.. 1904.. 1903.. 1902.. 1901.. 1900.. Cell Phone:.. Home Phone.. College Name, if applicable:.. College Graduation Date.. 2012 Fall.. 2012 Spring.. 2012 Summer.. 2012 Winter.. 2013 Fall.. 2013 Spring.. 2013 Summer.. 2013 Winter.. 2014 Fall.. 2014 Spring.. 2014 Summer.. 2014 Winter.. 2015 Fall.. 2015 Spring.. 2015 Summer.. 2015 Winter.. 2016 Fall.. 2016 Spring.. 2016 Summer.. 2017 Fall.. 2017 Spring.. 2017 Summer.. 2017 Winter.. 2018 Fall.. 2018 Spring.. 2018 Summer.. 2018 Winter.. 2019 Fall.. 2019 Spring.. 2019 Summer.. 2019 Winter.. 2020 Fall.. 2020 Spring.. 2020 Summer.. 2020 Winter.. High School Name, if applicable:.. High School Graduation Date.. 2015.. 2016.. 2017.. 2018.. 2019.. 2020.. Twitter Name:.. (ex.. yaf).. Facebook Name:.. youngamericasfoundation).. Copyright 2012 Young America's Foundation | 110 Elden Street, Herndon, VA 20170 | Ph..

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    Descriptive info: Points.. Name.. School.. 80.. Stephan Pitts.. Mississippi College.. 50.. Simran Hughes.. Home Schooled.. Grant Strobl.. Grosse Pointe North High School.. Savanna Wierenga.. Hillsdale College.. Grace Hendry.. Regent University.. John DiGiacobbe.. Highland High School.. Brendon Najm.. Canisius College.. Kevin Pope.. Bryan Thomas.. Grove City College.. James Ward.. Syracuse University.. Nathan Brand.. Devon Ciby.. Pepperdine  ...   Langston Bowens.. Delta College.. Mike Demkiw.. Nick James.. Clemson University.. Ben Smith.. University of North Carolina.. Kathleen D'Urso.. Texas Christian University.. Rowlynda Moretti.. UC- San Deigo.. Jonathan SooHoo.. University of California - Davis.. Nick Kowalski.. Michigan State University.. John Twarog.. Georgia Southern University.. Christy Allen.. Isabella Foxen.. Christian Pringle.. Arroy Grande High School..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation
    Descriptive info: ».. Photo Gallery.. 2010 Club 100 Reagan Ranch Retreat.. Photos.. Ryan McNicholas.. Kiana Dunn.. Lauren Scirocco.. Mick Paskiewicz.. Scott McAfee.. Katie Poedtke.. Charlotte Evans.. Mike Boglovits.. Stephen Barkley.. Bobby Hamill.. Danny Laub.. Jacob Kampen.. [First].. [Previous].. [Next].. [Last].. Click here to visit the Alumni Gallery..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Reagan Ranch History
    Descriptive info: Timeline.. Virtual Tour.. Visiting the Reagan Ranch.. A Schoolhouse for Reaganism.. Exhibit Galleries.. Partnering Opportunities.. The Reagan Ranch History.. Rancho del Cielo served as both an important retreat for Ronald Reagan and, during the 1980s, a Cold War nerve center.. Click on the links below to learn more about this remarkable property and its rich history:.. i.. Why Reagan Loved the Ranch.. ii.. A Presidential Retreat.. iii.. The Western White House..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Reagan Ranch Timeline
    Descriptive info: The Reagan Ranch Timeline.. Reagan Ranch Timeline.. 1872: The Ranch in the 1800s.. Since its statehood in 1848, vast acres of California land, including the mountain areas along the coast, had been cleared and settled by ranchers.. In 1872, Jose Jesus Pico decides to build a small adobe home for his family, using the clay of the surrounding hills of Refugio Pass, high above the Pacific Ocean.. For years, he and his family prosper by growing vegetables, cultivating vineyards, and raising livestock.. Finally, in August of 1898, he acquires title to the land through the Homestead Act of 1862.. Back to Top.. November 13, 1974: Tip Top Ranch is Purchased.. Ronald and Nancy Reagan purchase “Tip Top Ranch” nestled in the Santa Ynez Mountains north of Santa Barbara.. They christen the ranch retreat “Rancho del Cielo.. ” Reagan appreciates both the early history of his beloved “Ranch in the Sky” and the efforts of the man who built it by hand more than 100 years earlier.. January 1975: Reagan’s second term as Governor ends.. Ronald Reagan steps down after two successful terms as the 33rd governor of California.. The.. San Francisco Chronicle.. commends Reagan for having “saved the state from bankruptcy.. ” The.. Los Angeles Times.. hails him as an “accomplished practitioner in the art of government.. ”.. Newsweek.. dubs the governor “one of the most brilliantly gifted politicians anywhere in the U.. S.. today.. October 18, 1975: Mike Wallace’s Ranch interview with Reagan.. Mike Wallace of CBS’.. 60 Minutes.. interviews Ronald Reagan at Rancho del Cielo.. In this segment, titled “Mister Right,” renowned journalist Mike Wallace notes that not only did Mrs.. Reagan consider Reagan “Mister Right,” but the American public might as well.. A Gallup poll showed Reagan leading incumbent President Gerald Ford by eight points with the 1976 presidential election not far away.. Sitting with Reagan atop one of the Ranch’s sweeping vistas, Wallace asks him why a man who has “got it made” would want to give it up for the presidency.. “Somebody once said that life begins when you begin to serve,” answers Reagan.. “Maybe there’s a feeling that if you can be of service, that you feel you have to do it.. ”.. Harkening back to FDR’s fireside chats, Reagan tells Wallace how he admired Roosevelt’s ability to take his case to the people, to “enlighten” them directly.. “The greatest leader,” concludes Reagan, “is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things.. He’s the one who gets the people to do the greatest things.. And that’s what’s lacking now.. August 19, 1976: Reagan loses the GOP nomination.. Reagan barely loses the delegate count to incumbent President Gerald Ford at the 1976 Republican National Convention.. In an emotional speech, Reagan awes the crowd.. Biographer Edmund Morris later writes: “The power of the speech was extraordinary.. And you could just feel throughout the auditorium the palpable sense among the delegates that [they had] nominated the wrong guy.. May 27, 1977: Reagan inscribes initials in Heart Rock.. One day in May 1977, as the Reagans ride their horses together along a trail at the Ranch overlooking the Pacific, Ronald Reagan stops to engrave his and Nancy’s initials in a rock now known as “Heart Rock.. ” He also gives Mrs.. Reagan a canoe named “Truluv” to use on Lake Lucky.. January 20, 1981: Reagan is inaugurated.. Ronald Reagan is inaugurated the 40th president of the United States.. The new president pledges an “era of national renewal.. ” He says that if Americans believe in themselves, then they, together with God’s help, could resolve the problems confronting them.. “And after all, why shouldn’t we believe that?” says Reagan, “We are Americans.. ” Only minutes later, 52 Americans fly to freedom after a 444-day ordeal as hostages to the Ayatollah’s theocracy in Iran.. March 30, 1981: The assassination attempt on Reagan’s life.. At 2:25 p.. m.. , while exiting the Washington Hilton, Ronald Reagan is greeted by a barrage of bullets fired from the revolver of John Hinckley.. Unbeknownst to the public, Reagan nearly bleeds to death at The George Washington University Hospital.. Upon his recovery, he informs close friends and family that he believes God spared his life for a special purpose.. He tells New York’s Terence Cardinal Cooke: “I have decided that whatever time I have left is for Him.. June 27, 1981: The Bushes visit the Ranch.. Vice President George H.. W.. Bush and his wife Barbara visit the Ranch, arriving at approximately 2:00 p.. on a Saturday.. The Texans have never seen a ranch anywhere in  ...   Secretary of State George Shultz in Moscow where he had been meeting with the Soviets on arms negotiations.. After meetings in Moscow and Brussels, Shultz flies to the Ranch, where he arrives on April 16 to discuss his efforts.. After convening inside the house, Reagan and Shultz greet the press, to whom the president reads a statement.. “It is my hope,” says Reagan, “that the process now underway continues to move forward and that Mr.. Gorbachev and I can complete a historic agreement on East-West relations at a summit meeting.. June 12, 1987: Reagan’s speech at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany.. At the Brandenburg Gate, Ronald Reagan directs these words to the leader of the Soviet Union: “General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization: Come here to this gate.. Gorbachev, open this gate.. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” On Moscow television, Georgi Arbatov denounces Reagan’s words as “political vulgarity” and “blackmail by an American cowboy.. ” A year later at the Moscow Summit, Reagan makes his request to Gorbachev in person.. Gorbachev says that he “[cannot] agree with the president’s view.. December 8, 1987: Washington Summit: INF Treaty is signed.. At the Washington Summit, Reagan and Gorbachev sign the INF Treaty, the first and only treaty to successfully ban an entire class of nuclear weapons, namely medium-range missiles.. The agreement fulfills Reagan’s first-term objective of a “zero-zero” balance on these weapons.. May 3, 1992: The Gorbachevs visit the Ranch.. The Reagans host Mikhail and Raisa Gorbachev at the Ranch.. Only five months earlier, on December 25, 1991, Gorbachev resigned as leader of the Soviet Union, thereby also permanently disbanding the USSR itself–its principal part is once again just Russia.. The Evil Empire has at long last been resigned to the ash-heap of history.. For the first time, the two former superpower leaders enjoy a friendly day not as adversaries or negotiators but now as friends who changed the world.. February 7, 1993: Lady Margaret Thatcher visits the Ranch.. On the foggy day in February following the celebration of the President’s birthday at the Reagan Presidential Library the previous night, Lady Margaret Thatcher, 71st Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, visits the Reagans at the Ranch.. Lady Thatcher is gracious as she tours the humble ranch home and pauses in front of the fireplace to express her joy at finally being able to visit Reagan’s beloved presidential retreat.. As they chat about the weather, the Reagans apologize for the foggy conditions to which she remarks, “I love the fog.. ” She asks about the home and its history.. The President tells her about the history of the property and what they have done to improve it over the years.. July 25 - 31, 1993: Reagan speaks to the Young America’s Foundation Summer Conference.. Reagan addresses Young America’s Foundation’s 15th Annual National Conservative Student Conference.. Recalling his longtime collaboration with the Foundation the 40th president says, “Together we worked to accomplish much of what has come to be known as the Reagan Revolution.. We helped turn the tide against totalitarianism.. ” In those 15 years, says Reagan, he and they have witnessed a rebirth of liberty worldwide.. November 5, 1994: Reagan informs the world of his Alzheimer’s Disease.. Ronald Reagan releases a handwritten letter informing the world that the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease is leading him into “the sunset” of his life.. “When the Lord calls me home,” he writes, “I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future.. August 15, 1995: Reagan visits the Ranch for the last time.. Ronald Reagan makes his final visits to Rancho del Cielo during the hot days of late August.. Where he had previously enjoyed physical activities such as horseback riding, cutting brush and fixing things, the activities he can do with ease become fewer and fewer.. Since the president can no longer enjoy Ranch activities as he once did, the time has come to say farewell to his beloved mountaintop retreat, an ‘old friend’ that has served him well for nearly twenty-one historic and memorable years spanning his governorship to his post-presidency.. April 21, 1998: Rancho del Cielo is saved by Young America’s Foundation.. Rancho del Cielo is sold to the Young America’s Foundation.. The Ranch is now preserved as it was when President Reagan owned it, having been saved with most original artifacts and memorabilia intact.. It now lives on as a monument to the life and ideas of Ronald Reagan..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Reagan Ranch Virtual Tour
    Descriptive info: The Reagan Ranch Virtual Tour.. Reagan Ranch Tour.. Click on a point of interest above to find out more.. Special Acres at the Reagan Ranch.. The Ranch Home.. This section of the Ranch includes the 1872 adobe home, the front porch and stone patio where the historic tax cut table is located, and the side lawn where the Reagans regularly entertained friends and family.. Ronald Reagan built much of the home himself.. He designed and constructed the stone patio and the front porch room.. He took great pride in choosing the exact building materials used, down to the old ceiling beams in the porch room.. He even laid the linoleum floors seen throughout the house.. Michael Reagan once reminded us about his father, "He was a builder; a builder of a house, a builder of a Ranch, and a builder of relationships.. ".. The house is not only unique because of the thought and labor the President put into many aspects of its construction, but also because of the abundance of original artifacts that fill its interior, from the President's original book collection to his riding boots in the master bedroom.. It is here at the house where students come to grasp the character and humility of America's 40.. th.. President - they truly get to know the principled person that was Ronald Reagan.. Back to Map.. Grazing Pasture.. Adjacent to the simple adobe home, these acres encompass a part of the Ranch very special to President Reagan - this peaceful vista was the President's favorite view.. Imagine the tranquility President Reagan must have felt as he sat on his patio and looked out onto the rolling hills of his beloved Ranch.. Visitors today feel that same serenity as they watch the horses feed and the occasional deer pass through the meadow.. Hanging Tree.. President Reagan was fascinated by each aspect of.. , and the history of the property was a favorite topic of discussion whenever he welcomed his guests.. This acre dates back to the early days of the Ranch, then known as.. Rancho de los Picos.. During that time, bandits roamed the mountain pass robbing the occasional stagecoach that passed that way.. This acre's large oak tree, known as "Hanging Tree," is scarred with the remnants of those early days.. Visitors can still see the cross carved into the bark with several notches which, according to legend, mark the institution of frontier justice.. Dos Vistas.. really is the "ranch in the sky," and nowhere on the Ranch does that reality ring more true than at Dos Vistas.. From Dos Vistas, or "two views" atop a mountain surrounded by trees, you see on one side the glistening Pacific Ocean and the Channel Islands below while on the other - the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley.. President Reagan frequently visited this beautiful spot while horseback riding.. Peggy Noonan wrote of the views in her book,.. When Character Was King.. , "In late April the mountains are a beautiful lush green.. There is a point.. within range of mountains, the ocean, the fogbank, the Channel Islands, Santa Barbara.. where you see the coastline below running east and west.. The sun rises on one end of the beach and sets on the other.. You are stunned with the beauty of the place, and now you know why they call it Rancho del Cielo.. ".. House Vista Overlook.. In his book,.. Dutch.. , Edmund Morris wrote how President Reagan had an exact image in his mind of what the vista from his front patio should look like.. The House Vista Overlook encompasses that view, and from this acre at the edge of Boot Hill next to the Pet Cemetery, visitors are afforded one of the most serene views of the President's simple Ranch home.. From here you look across the pastures at the adobe, the guest house, and Lake Lucky with just a sliver of the Pacific Ocean in the distance as the backdrop.. Lake Lucky.. Enchanting Lake Lucky was home to "Tru Luv", the canoe President Reagan gave Nancy in 1977 on their 25th wedding anniversary.. Freedom Lake.. Located just off of Pennsylvania Avenue and a short distance from the Ranch adobe home, Freedom Lake provides a peaceful setting and backdrop to Freedom Wall where abundant wildlife and Ranch horses can be seen grazing in the serenity.. Snipers' Point.. From the top of the mountain, the U.. Secret Service detail had a bird's eye view of President Reagan, whether he was riding horseback, working, or relaxing at.. From Snipers' Point, a military counter-sniper team was always on patrol, continuously surveying the property to ensure the safety of both the President and First Lady.. Freedom Wall.. Freedom Wall is the one addition made  ...   hop behind the wheel of one of his ranch Jeeps to drive down Pennsylvania Avenue to his beloved adobe home.. The helipad itself is gone now - and this is the way Ronald Reagan wanted it once his presidency came to an end.. The field is now, in the words of Peggy Noonan, "covered with wildflowers" and boasts some of the best views on the property.. Pennsylvania Avenue.. In the spirit of the "Western White House" the Secret Service dubbed the main thoroughfare at the Ranch "Pennsylvania Avenue" after it was paved for safety reasons.. They gave President and Mrs.. Reagan a sign to place on the porch of the adobe that read "The Reagans, 1600 Penna.. Ave.. " This Pennsylvania Avenue looks a bit different from the one in Washington, D.. C.. Rather than connect the White House to the Capitol; this road carries guests from the Gateway to Freedom past the Ranch house entrance and on to the helipad.. Boot Hill.. Boot Hill is one more place where you see the character of Ronald Reagan.. Here, you see the heart of the man - this is where he placed the headstones he carved with the names of his beloved ranch animals and laid them to rest.. Set upon the ridge opposite the ranch adobe, many of the President's dogs, some horses and livestock lie at rest.. "Old Duke" and even Mrs.. Reagan's favorite horse, "No Strings," are buried here.. Ranch Caretaker Home.. The Reagans added the caretaker's home to the property in the 1981.. Ronald Reagan had a caretaker live up at the Ranch to ensure that the animals and property were properly cared for in his absence.. Today, Young America's Foundation also has a full-time caretaker who resides on the property.. He helps provide security, cares for the animals, and takes care of the trails.. He is also charged with maintenance of the Ranch and the tremendously important task of preserving the Ranch for future generations.. Tack Barn.. So much of life at the Ranch was centered in or around the Tack Barn.. The Tack Barn itself housed the President's ranch vehicles, his saddles and riding tack, and his tools for his busy Ranch life.. Peggy Noonan wrote about the Tack Barn in her book, When Character was King: "It was in the Tack Barn that Reagan would saddle his horse and Nancy's horses.. He didn't like anyone else to do it, and would do it himself.. When he was done he'd ring the bell, an old railroad locomotive bell, to tell her to come up from the house, and they'd go horseback riding.. " The tack barn still houses so many items that speak volumes about Ronald Reagan: among them, the Montgomery Ward riding lawn mower with a presidential seal on its hood, the President's trusty old red Willys Jeep, and the rows of axes, and chainsaws that saw action out on the Ranch trails.. Heart Rock.. On May 27, 1977, as the Reagans rode their horses together along a trail at the Ranch overlooking the Pacific, Ronald Reagan stoped to engrave his and Nancy's initials in a rock now known as "Heart Rock.. " The Reagans had recently purchased their "Ranch in the Sky" and many changes were still ahead, but the endearing love between Reagan and Nancy would be permanently etched in the Ranch history.. Later, their children would also sign their initials in the rock.. Valley Vista.. Overlooking the Santa Ynez Valley, the vista offers a spectacular view of many of President Reagan's favorite riding trails.. The trails can be seen cut through the oak, madrone, and manzanita trees that cover the property.. Weather permitting, President Reagan would ride these trails every morning enjoying the beautiful scenery overlooking the valley and Solvang and Santa Ynez.. These rides would permit him time to clear his head of Washington DC and politics and develop new, fresh ideas for his administration.. While riding his favorite trails, he would discover new areas of the Ranch trails to clear with the help of his good friends Barney Barnett and Dennis LeBlanc.. The Executive Entrance Gate.. Entering through the black cast iron gate at the Ranch entrance is the first view that welcomes any visitor to President Reagan's "Ranch in the Sky.. " The simple adobe ranch house and the pristine lake behind it offer a glimpse into the character of Ronald Reagan.. Visitors also stifle a chuckle as they pass a Kangaroo Crossing sign, a small indication of the humor of America's 40.. President.. Not only is this the entrance that welcomes young students to the Ranch today, it was also used by such dignitaries as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Queen Elizabeth II, and General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Visiting the Reagan Ranch
    Descriptive info: Young America’s Foundation stepped forward to save the Reagan Ranch with the primary goal of using it to inspire the next generation of conservative leaders for our country.. The Ranch is an important component of the Foundation’s broader mission to “ensure that increasing numbers of young Americans understand and are inspired by the ideas of limited government, free enterprise, a strong national defense,  ...   Ranch programs have the opportunity to tour Rancho del Cielo.. We also host Reagan scholars, Reagan administration officials, members of the media, and leaders of the Conservative Movement whenever possible.. As stakeholders in our mission, members of Young America’s Foundation’s President’s Club are also extended an invitation to tour the Ranch by appointment.. For more information, please contact the Reagan Ranch Center at 888-USA-1776..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Regan Ranch Center - A Schoolhouse for Reaganism
    Descriptive info: The Regan Ranch Center - A Schoolhouse for Reaganism.. The Reagan Ranch Center stands tall in the heart of the Left Coast, on the busiest street in Santa Barbara, adjacent to the much traveled Highway 101, next door to the Santa Barbara Train Station, just two short blocks from the beach, and in the shadow of the Reagan Ranch.. There could not be a more ideal location to draw people to learn about conservative ideas.. With four floors of classrooms, lecture space, a movie theater, ranch exhibits and a  ...   The Reagan Ranch Center is an essential complement to the Ranch.. It is here that we can share the story of the Ranch and its place in history with the public at large.. This is also where students have access to the ideas and training that are sadly absent from their own campuses.. In a setting that reinforces rather than undermines conservative values, students are given the tools they need to protect liberty and lead our country.. The Reagan Ranch Center.. are open to the public for tours and visitation..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Reagan Ranch Center Partnering Opportunities
    Descriptive info: The Reagan Ranch Center Partnering Opportunities.. Partnering with Like-Minded Organizations.. The Reagan Ranch Center is a hub of Conservative activity to the West Coast.. Not only the home to Young America’s Foundation staff and programs, the Center is utilized by like-minded organizations from around the country as a place to meet, share ideas, and gain inspiration.. Since the Reagan Ranch Center opened its doors in 2006, Young America’s Foundation has been honored to host the.. Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, Citizens United,.. the.. Phillips Foundation,  ...   board meetings and events.. Alumni groups from.. Grove City College,.. Indiana Wesleyan University,.. Eureka College.. (Reagan’s alma mater) and international groups such as the.. Young Briton’s Foundation.. and.. International Young Democrat Union.. (founded by President Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s) have also utilized the Reagan Ranch Center, hosting rooftop receptions on the Mr.. Mrs.. Alwal Anheuser Beims Moore Rooftop Terrace or meetings in the David Louis Bartlett Outreach Center.. For more information about hosting events at the Reagan Ranch Center please call 888-USA-1776..

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