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Thunder Over Cedar Creek Lake air show to return


David Webb is a veteran journalist who has written for the mainstream and alternative media for three decades. He is now a freelancer who lives in the Cedar Creek Lake area.

The 2017 Thunder Over Cedar Creek Lake air show sponsored by the local Veterans Foundation will begin Saturday, July 1.

The air show features aerial acrobatics by jet fighters. It is the only air show held over water in the Southwest U.S.

The Wings of Blue of the U.S. Air Force Cadets will start the show with parachute jumpers, who are nationally-recognized for their expertise.

Other show participants will be flying an Extra 300 Monoplane, MIG17, AT-6 Aeroshell, Pitts Raptor, HU-16, B-25, P-40 Warhawk, A-26 Douglas Invader and NZS-4 Stearman.

The air show is a fundraiser for the physical and mental recovery of wounded and disabled veterans. The three nonprofits funded are Fisher House Foundation, Navy-Marine Relief Society and Hope for the Warriors.

The air show can be viewed from the Pinnacle Club shoreline or from boats in the water. Seating at the club is $60 each. The club will also host a party in the clubhouse Friday, June 30.

For information e-mail info@ccveteransfoundation.org


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