|Cass County Composite Spends Weekend at Kansas Cosmosphere|
|Aerospace Education News|
|Written by TMiller|
|Wednesday, 10 June 2009 15:19|
A weekend of facts and fun drew thirteen cadets and senior members from the Cass County Composite Squadron to the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson, Kansas. After an evening at the Salvation Army in downtown Hutchinson, attendees were treated to one of the most intensive and exhaustive exhibits of spacecraft and early artifacts of rocketry. CAP sightseers traveled through Dr. Goddard’s Lab, the Justice Planetarium and the Imax Theatre. Cadets attending the weekend were: C/2Lt Daniel Caron, C/CMSgt Aaron Hooper, C/CMSgt Austin Hooper, C/SMSgt Luke Wood, C/SSgt Genesis Martinez, C/SrA Crystal Runyon, C/A1C Malachi Hargis, C/Amn Aaron Gerry, C/Amn Caleb Hatfield, and C/Amn Ted Hilton. Senior members chaperoning were Major Tony Belto, Major Melinda Berry, and 2Lt Ted Hatfield.
|Last Updated ( Friday, 12 June 2009 06:15 )|
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