Lewis, Ann

Ann Lewis served as the vice chair of the Illinois Ronald Reagan Centennial Commission and was also a Reagan Home Foundation Board member. In that capacity, she helped develop a series of events celebrating President Reagan's 100th birthday in February, 2011, many of them centered on Dixon, Illinois, Reagan's boyhood home town. Ann describes the many events and competitions that took place during the Centennial, highlights of which include a commissioned symphony composed by Dr. David Holsinger, and a Dixon High School time capsule entombed by the graduating class of 2011. ​