Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Springfield Cadets visit Commemorative Air Museum

Photo by Kathleen Fellows
On June 21, Cadet Seniors from the local Civil Air Patrol Squadron, Catamount Composite Squadron, Vt 007 of Springfield, Vermont traveled to the Commemorative Air Museum near Hartford, Conn.


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  1. Outstanding. This is exactly the type of professional organizations that need as much support as possible. This type of organization shows kids there is a way out and another way to live other than what they experience now. Springfield is unrecognizable to me now since graduating from SHS in 1992. God bless the leaders of these type of organizations and their efforts.


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