Fly in and fill ‘er up


The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0549.jpgThe Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration. Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0550.jpgThe Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration. Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0553.jpgThe Clinton County Pilots and Friends organization held its latest fly-in breakfast and more Saturday at the Clinton County Airport on Curry Road. Attendance was good although the planes were fewer than normal due to high winds throughout the day. The event included breakfast by McCoy’s Catering and a seminar on survival techniques. Also shown, brothers Kelton Lee and Joshua Jackson enjoy breakfast, while Maxwell McDermott and Kathy Geyman handle registration. Tom Barr | News Journal