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DIXON, Ill. (AP) - Active-duty military and their families can visit the Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home in Dixon for free this summer.
The Telegraph in Dixon reports (http://bit.ly/1jKvTmF0 ) that Reagan home is now designated a Blue Star Museum with Blue Star Families. That means the home will offer free admission to active-duty military personnel and their families between Memorial Day and Labor Day this year.
The program includes more than 2,000 museums and institutions across the country.
Brandi Langner is executive director of the Dixon museum. She says she believes the affiliation “would have made President Reagan proud.”
Information from: Dixon Telegraph, http://www.saukvalley.com
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