Friday, March 19, 2010

Meet WWII Women Pilots | Last Chance to Join Paranormal Investigation

Fantasy of Flight


Meet Congressional Gold Medal Recipients: Women Airforce Service Pilots

Learn history directly from the heroes themselves, a spirited squadron of pilots who left their homes and families at the height of World War II to serve as the first American women to fly for the U.S. Military.

Meet four original WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots), Bernice "Bee" Falk Haydu, Florence Rubin Mascott, Barry Vincent Smith, and Helen Wyatt Snapp, during the "A Passionate Pursuit" Living History Symposium, Thursday, March 25 - Saturday, March 27.


Photo of March 10 Ceremony in Washington D.C.

These remarkable women were,

at last, honored with the Congressional Gold Medal in Washington, D.C. on March 10.


Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet these Congressional Gold Medal Recipients!


Interactive question-and-answer sessions and meet-and-greet opportunities will be available each day.




Photo: Deanie Parrish, Woman Airforce Service Pilot, center, accepts the Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of her fellow WASP, more than 170 of which assembled below to watch, during a ceremony recognizing the female aviators for their service during World War II at the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. March 10, 2010.


(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kat Lynn Justen)


Living Legends Luncheon to Benefit Girls Inc.


We are also pleased to announce the "Living Legends Luncheon," scheduled only for Friday, March 26 with these courageous pilots, will in part benefit Girls Incorporated of Winter Haven.


Click here to reserve your space at this intimate luncheon.


The Living History Symposium Series is sponsored in part by WUSF Public Broadcasting.


Last Chance to Participate in the nightFlight Paranormal Investigation


nightFlight artwork

Unidentifiable noises and voices...drastic temperature changes... strange mists and shadows... apparitions in photos...these unexplained and sometimes chilling phenomena have drawn an eager crowd to our paranormal tour and investigation, nightFlight.


The unique experience, guided by Florida's Apollo Paranormal Investigations (API), a non-profit team of paranormal investigators, requires advanced reservations. And you better reserve your place on the investigative team now. The final date for this stage of the investigation has been announced: Sat., April 3.

 Click here to book now.  

 Still a skeptic?

Click here to view a sampling of results collected by API and nightFlight participants.


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