Tue, May 11, 2004
Go To The Young Eagles Building At Oshkosh And Find Out
Having reached its initial goal of flying a million kids, the
EAA Young Eagles program is now focused on the future and flying
100,000 young people a year and creating ways to sustain the
youngsters' interest in aviation. Young Eagle participants of all
ages can learn more at the Young Eagles building, which is directly
south of the control tower.
Pilots and volunteers can get answer to their questions, sign up
daily drawings, request supplies, check the World's Largest
Logbook, or just relax and meet other volunteers from around the
world. Young Eagles can look up their names in the logbook and
those who are not yet a Young Eagle can become one at while in
Oshkosh or find a volunteer pilot in their area.
Volunteers are needed to support the Young Eagles effort during
EAA AirVenture, to staff the pavilion, greet pilots and their
passengers as they arrive in Oshkosh, and on the flight line and
teaching a morning ground school.
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