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We would like to give a special thanks to Dr. and Mrs. Todd Kinnebrew and Ortho Georgia for hosting this spectacular event!
We would also like to thank our donors and guest performers for the Hayneville Jamfest….
Thank you to all of our donors for the month of May:
The ENT Center of Central GA P
Sweta Investment Group
Interfor US Inc
Lots to do in the coming months both onsite and off. Beginning May 5th, and running weekends through the 20th, is Murder in Sin City. What happens in Vegas, doesn’t always stay in Vegas. Tickets are on sale online now.
Thank you to our sponsors and donors for the month of March, including those that supported our annual Scott Golf tournament. Without your generosity, we would be unable to provide education programs, teacher training, as well as world class exhibits
This year’s Brig. Gen. Robert L. Scott Golf Tournament, held at Idle Hour Golf and Country Club in Macon, brought out players from all over Georgia. Beautiful weather, and a beautiful course made it the perfect day for golf. Below
Restoration has been working diligently. The B-17 is making progress, the F-100 is almost complete, and the Albatross is coming along quickly. Take a look at the pictures below for how far they have come.
We would like to recognize those who have aided us this year.
Thank you to…
Andy Thomas – State Farm Insurance
Burgess Pigment Co.
Butler, Williams, & Wyche, LLP
State Rep. & Mrs. Robert Dickey
Elbit Systems of
As 2016 came to a close, Museum of Aviation Foundation staff looked back on all that had been accomplished, and knew that we wanted to keep the momentum going in 2017. This meant that our first three events, which were
Did you know that the Museum of Aviation Foundation, Inc. operates the Education Center at the Museum of Aviation? The Education Center operates 5 major programs, and serves an average of 50,000 students and teachers a year through its hands-on