Michigan celebrates what would have been President Gerald R. Ford's 100th birthday this weekend.
Ford grew up in Grand Rapids and attended the University of Michigan in his youth.
Jim Kratsas is the Deputy Director at the Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids. He says the late president's legacy is known around his native Michigan.
“It's a time to celebrate Michigan's favorite son,” says Kratsas.
He says the late president was also deeply involved in the local community.