The Gerald Ford Birth Site has received a facelift and with that several new exhibits at the historical site.
To introduce all of the changes, a rededication ceremony was held Monday night at 32nd and Woolworth.
Some of the upgrades include expanded information about president ford and a new section about Betty Ford and her contributions to our nation.
The ceremony attracted people from around the neighborhood including Kate Heebner and her four-year-old son.
“I’m very interested in additions to the community and think it’s important for him to learn about presidents, “ says Heebner. “We've been talking about the presidential election and I was pointing out to him where each of the presidents were born.”
Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle also gave a talk about the unique landmark. Suttle mentioned some of the other changes including interpretative kisok and renovations to the presidential colonnade.