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February 17, 2015


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I love the write-up you did on the airport. Clinton is my husband's great grandfather and we visited in 2011 at he annual fly-in. One of the pilots even let my husband take control of his Cessna on an hour flight. A long hour for me on the ground!

Dominique King

Stacy-Thanks for stopping by! I always wondered about this airport, and I'm so glad that we stopped by to learn more about it the most recent time we visited the area. I bet that slight was a thrill for your husband, and nice to see that folks continue to honor his great grandfather at the airport!

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