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Nearly 300 girls and young women – mostly from Ventura County – spent part of their weekend learning how to be the leaders of tomorrow. 

The Young Women’s Leadership Summit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley was held on Saturday. Females aged 12 to 20-years-old from Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles and Orange counties took part in the program.

"With being a leader, you need to be confident, you need to be kind, you need to be personal and responsible and especially respectful to others. Because I feel that leaders do not downgrade others. They want to empower others," 16-year-old Mallorie Mehrali, a junior at Adolpho Camarillo High School, said after learning about what it takes to become a leader.

About a thousand people are invited to the private funeral ceremony, and it’s a broad mix of people from politics to show business.

Her casket arrived by motorcade at around 11 this morning, after leaving a Santa Monica mortuary.

First Lady Michelle Obama and Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are among the dignitaries planning to attend Nancy Reagan’s funeral in Ventura County on Friday.

About one thousand invited guests are expected for Friday’s private ceremony at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, in Simi Valley.

Tributes continue to pour in from around the world for former First Lady Nancy Reagan following her death yesterday.

As the world mourns the death of former First Lady Nancy Reagan, plans are now being finalized for memorial events at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, in Simi Valley.

KCLU’s Lance Orozco reports there are plans for public and private events before she is laid to rest next to the late President on the library grounds.

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