The Summer Wingspan is Here!

Evergreen Museum

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Ricardo Gaerlan

First issue I received and enjoyed reading the articles. Very informative. Encouraging me to once more become a member. Thank you.

Lorna Holberg

I enjoyed the Summer Wingspan. The articles are very informative and nicely written. Knowing the dates of special events is very helpful in planning my calendar. Nicely done! Thank you.

Bill Harbeck

Please use Arial or similar font for us that have glasses. Thanks, Bill

Deran

I likes the old format better. It was much easier for many of the docents that either do not use computers or have vision problems

Keith

A nice layout, but I MUCH prefer getting it in pdf form so that I can file it.

Chuck Jucker

Coming up to Vancouver Wa. next week the 2nd thru 5th of April, hope to see the Spruce Goose, it's a piece of family history for me as my grandfather Charles Jucker was the crew chief on the Goose,and I haven't seen it in over 40 years

Tom Strome

As a lifelong afficionado of all things aeronautical, I was stunned at some of the Gems that non chalantly fail to raise most eyebrows of visitors to the Museum.
It was shocking actually, to see real V2 rockets and associated propulsion and hardware on display. The National Air and Space Museum doesn’t dispense exhibits like that to run of the mill Museums. First it would need Gravitas. I’ll be back for more extensive perusals in coming months. Wow !

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