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This month... we have a real treat for you. Our May NWARC meeting will be held on Saturday, May 15th at 9 AM at the Flying Heritage Collection at Paine Field. It is a special fly day there and two of the WWII planes wil roll out around noon and fly for us. (The P47D Thunderbolt and the Fieseler Storch) They also will have extra Docents around that day to share stories... and that is the best part. Bring $6 to pay the discounted entry fee!

Flying Heritage Collection
3407 109th Street SW Everett 98204
Website: Home : The Flying Heritage Collection
(Southern end of Paine Field Airport)
Saturday May 15th at 9:00 AM

In 1998, Paul Allen, with his passion for aviation and history, began acquiring and preserving iconic warriors and workhorses, many of which are the last of their kind. The planes within the Flying Heritage Collection originated at a time when aeronautical discovery had evolved to aviation mastery. Finely crafted by distinguished design bureaus with leading technologies of the 1930s and 1940s, the main emphasis of the collection includes combat aircraft from World War II.

From southbound I-5… Take the Mukilteo/Paine Field exit (Exit 189), and go west on 526. Take the Airport Road/Paine Field exit from 526. Follow Airport Road until you come to 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 30th Street W. Turn slight left onto 109th Street SW, and follow signs to Flying Heritage Museum.

From northbound I-5… Take the 128th Street exit (Exit 186). Turn left on 128th Street, which will become Airport Road at the intersection of 128th and Hwy 99. Continue on Airport Road, and turn left at 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 30th Street W. Turn slight left onto 109th Street SW, and follow signs to Flying Heritage Museum.

The tour of Greg Whitten’s garage has been moved to June 8th! If you missed the last meeting at the Hydro Museum, or miss this one at the Flying Heritage Collection, or plan to miss Greg's... you may need to seek professional help. Otherwise, if you live within 300 miles, make sure you are in attendance!
 
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