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By Don Ogle 

Students fly high despite fog

 

October 18, 2017

Don Ogle

Sidney faithful turned out for the WNCC Fly-In Breakfast Saturday to support the school's aviation repair program. Attendees ate in front of the program's Cessna Citation, while in the other room, program students cook pancakes.

Heavy fog, cleared only by windy conditions grounded the fly-in part of the Voc-Air Flying Club Fly-In Breakfast, but supporters still made their way to the Sidney airport to show support for the club and program.

The breakfast, sponsored by Western Nebraska Community College's Voc-Air students and their flying club, is a long-standing fall tradition where the community and school get together to support students in the Voc-Air program.

Although there wasn't much flying - aside from hand-held helicopter sticks inside the hanger, students still enthusiastically served a pancake and sausage b...



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