May 19, 2009
Organizers of this year’s Aero Fair say more than 1,500 people made their way to the airport on Saturday to crane their necks back to admire the vintage planes like this World War II vintage bomber and line up for $25 thrill rides — with all the money going to local charities. Vendors plied their wares, a Forest Service helicopter made water drops, kids gathered for special contests and games and a World War II Spitfire fighter plane delighted the crowd.
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