Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame to Dedicate Inductee Wall

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After being in storage for nearly a decade, the plaques describing the lives and achievements of the nearly 200 inductees of the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame (MAHOF) finally have a home. The MAHOF plaques will hang in the Wings of the North Air Museum in Eden Prairie. The installation will share space with the iconic “Sierra Sue” P-51 Mustang, a Boeing Stearman biplane flown by President George H.W. Bush during his WWII training in Minneapolis, and the Spirit of St. Louis replica used in the 1957 Jimmy Stewart movie of the same name, as well as other treasures. The installation will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting and toast on April 21, 2018 at 2:15 p.m. with remarks by MAHOF Founder Noel Allard and Wings of the North General Manager Cary Pao. MAHOF inductees will also be on hand for the event.

For the full press release, go here.