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Gerald Ford would have turned 100 this year. To mark the event, there’s a tribute dinner and panel discussion next week.


Gerald Ford in 1974

Photo: G.R. Ford Presidential Library

David Moore
April 30, 2013 | WGVU  

Gerald Ford would have turned 100 this year.  To mark the event, there’s a tribute dinner and panel discussion next week. 

Taking part will be his Vice President Dick Cheney, former White House speech writer Ben Stein, Bob Schieffer, CBS correspondent during the Ford presidency, retired Air Force Lieutenant General Brent Scowcraft and Mr. Ford’s son Steven.

The dinner is May 6, and the next day, there’s a ribbon cutting for a new exhibition at the museum.   Museum Curator Don Halloway gives us a sneak peek at Growing Up Grand.



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