Take to the Sky

October 2008
PN;Oct2008, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p71
Trade Publication
The article announces that nonprofit organization Freedom's Wings is offering free glider rides for people with disabilities. The event will be hosted by Mid-Atlantic Soaring Association at Fairfield, Pennsylvania on October 25-26, 2008. A 20-minute free ride for participants is only limited. For more information, interested parties could log on through their website.


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