Club 100 at Reagan RanchThis Thursday, Young America’s Foundation will welcome some of the leading young conservative activists in the country for the Club 100 Reagan Ranch Retreat.

Conservative students who sign up for Club 100 (its free!) earn points for being active on campus by hosting Foundation speakers, organize campus initiatives, and attending Foundation programs.

Those who qualified to attend this year will experience several days of discussions, lectures by conservative speakers, and the chance to ride horseback on trails very similar to those Reagan rode when he was at the ranch. Attendees will also tour Ronald Reagan’s beloved ranch, Rancho del Cielo.

As a group, the students who qualified organized more than 25 campus events featuring speakers including Steve Forbes, Ann Coulter, John Stossel, Karl Rove, and many others. Several of their events drew more than 1,000 students and had standing-room-only crowds. They raised more than $127,000 from their schools to fund their programs and placed more than 36,000 American flags for the 9/11: Never Forget Project.

Congratulations to the following students and join Club 100 if you are interested in attending the Club 100 Retreat next year.

  • Travis Korson – George Washington University
  • Danny Laub – St. Louis University
  • Mick Paskiewicz – DePaul University
  • Ryan McNicholas – University of California – Santa Barbara
  • Charlotte Evans – Marquette University
  • Chris Garcia – Pepperdine University
  • Katie Poedtke – Fordham University
  • Lauren Scirocco – Ramapo College
  • John Masko – Wheeler School
  • Kiana Dunn – San Pasqual High School
  • Scott McAfee – Emory University
  • Stephen Barkley – UNC-Greensboro
  • Bobby Hamill – University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
  • Michael Boglovits – UNC-Greensboro
  • Jacob Kampen – University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
  • Matt Capristo – University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
  • John Eick – UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Blayne Bennett – Arizona State University
  • Janie Abel – Canisius College
  • Joe Naron – George Washington University

 

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