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To the editor:
The winner of the Heritage In Flight vintage
airplane quilt raffle is Jacob Wilson from Mount Pulaski. Larry
Whitbeck sold him the winning ticket. The drawing was held at the
annual Abraham Lincoln National Railsplitting Contest and Crafts
Festival on Sunday afternoon.
Heritage In Flight thanks everyone who participated in the
raffle. All proceeds from the raffle go toward the financial support
of Heritage In Flight Museum.
The museum is located on the grounds of Logan County Airport.
Barry Miller, president
(Posted Sept. 18, 2006)
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