Group Hosts Breakfast at Chillicothe Airport

| August 17, 2013 | 5:50 am
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The Chillicothe Experimental Aircraft Association will host their annual Fly-In and Drive-In Breakfast at the airport in Chillicothe Saturday morning. Click to hear KMZU’s Brian Lock talk with Chapter President Dyle Wilson:

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“Once a year, we have a breakfast fly-in and drive-in,” Wilson said. “Basically, it is a pancake and sausage breakfast. It starts at 7:00 in the morning and runs until 10:00. It is $4 and you get all the pancakes you can eat, then suasage, coffee and juice. We use the money made from this to sponsor projects throughout the year.”

Wilson stated there will be something special about this breakfast.

“Kids have to come out and bring a parent or guardian to help them sign up,” added Wilson. “Then they wait their turn and we will give them a flight over the Chillicothe area. Afterwards, we will give them a certificate that says they went up on a Young Eagle flight.”

The chance for kids to earn their wings is free, but the breakfast is $4 for adults and $3 for kids 5-12.

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