EAA Warbirds of America Members Answer Call To Action
    Hurricane Ike dealt a severe blow to the Texas gulf coast on September 13, making landfall at Galveston. As many of you know, Galveston is the home of the Lone Star Flight Museum. Many of their significant museum aircraft were relocated to inland airports before the storm hit. However, the museum facilities sustained heavy wind and water damage. They need our assistance.

    EAA Warbirds of America has pledged to help the museum get back on its feet. Our organization has made a donation to help with the recovery. We are calling our members to action to join in the museum’s recovery. Here is how you can help.

    Visit the Lone Star Flight Museum website at www.lsfm.org for the most up-to-date information on the recovery process. You can contribute to the recovery efforts by clicking on the “donate” link. You can also sign up for regular email updates. For those members living in Texas or nearby states, we encourage you to volunteer if the museum needs additional helping hands.

    Please pass this information along to your aviation friends and encourage their participation. Together, we can make a difference.

    Sincerely,

    Rick Siegfried, President

    EAA Warbirds of America

 

   

     
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