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November 11, 2010

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Helen

Thank you, Heather, for just sharing with us. I do enjoy just reading about what you're doing - it's so nice to that that personal connection with you. I remember studying airplanes and lift and all that in 7th grade science and it was fascinating - and it still amazes me (even though we learned about how) how an airplaine, as heavy as it is, can be lifted and fly.

Theresa McK

WOW...Sounds like a really COOL field trip... and yes most field trips are boring and lack interest/learning... but it sounds like you learned a lot from this experience and it would truly benefit others to do this same field trip... I'm sure you got pictures to go along with this... RIGHT? LOL :o)

Andrea

Awesome, Heather. I'll pass on the tip to my Gr. 6 staff too. :)

Michele B

Heather - Glad you had a great time at CHAA. This is the group that Greg flys with. He has been a member for about 12 years and has flown with them for almost as long. He is one of 3 formation leaders, and seems to lead quite a few of the flypasts. I am glad that I now know someone who has been to the Grade 6 day and loved it. Thanks again Heather.

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