You don’t want to miss this event at Chatham Airport!
Fundraising efforts, which include a raffle for a free biplane flight and lunch for two at Hangar B, will benefit Monomoy Community Services and Angel Flight Northeast, an organization that arranges free air transportation for rural residents who need access to lifesaving medical care in urban centers. Several CQX pilots volunteer for Angel Flight Northeast, flying Cape Cod-area residents to big-city hospitals in Boston and New York.
“The airport is really a labor of love for Tim and his team,” says Huntley Harrison, a pilot who serves as vice chair of the Chatham Airport Commission. “In addition to Tim working there full time, his wife handles marketing for the airport, and his father, uncle and sister frequently fly in from all over the country to help. It’s truly a family operation.”
Admission is free to the Chatham Airport Open House. To learn more about the open house and CQX, visit chathamairport.com. And for more on the topic of sea turtles and the local efforts to protect the species, click here!
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