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Honor Flight Northwest Ohio Press Release:

Honor Flight Northwest Ohio is pleased to announce its scheduled and
confirmed flights for calendar year 2014:
 
    Wednesday, April 30, 2014
    Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Wednesday, June 18, 2014
    Wednesday, September 24, 2014
 
We anticipate that all World War II veterans and all Korean War veterans
(those who are currently on our wait list) will have the opportunity to
be on one of these four flights.
 
2014 will be Honor Flight Northwest Ohio's last flying season.  At the
end of the 2014 flying season, Honor Flight Northwest Ohio will cease
operations.
 
Veterans who are not currently on Honor Flight Northwest Ohio's wait
list should consider the Mid-Michigan Honor Flight hub:
 
    Mid-Michigan Honor Flight
    P.O. Box 385
    Mecosta, Michigan 49332
    info@midmichiganhonorflight.com
    http://www.midmichiganhonorflight.com/applications-1
 
Effective March 1, 2014:
 
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio will no longer be approving new fundraisers.
Fundraisers that have already been approved will be allowed to take
place, with funds to be used during the 2014 flying season.
 
Effective March 15, 2014:
 
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio will no longer be doing presentations to
schools, veterans organizations, civic organizations, etc.
 
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio will no longer be accepting donations and
contributions.
 
Message to all who have supported our organization and mission:
 
All of us at Honor Flight Northwest Ohio want to say "THANK YOU" (from
the bottom of our hearts) for all of your support over the past seven
years -- support for our military veterans and support for our organization
and mission!
 
For more information on Honor Flight Northwest Ohio, please see the
following website:
 
    http://www.honorflightnwo.org
 
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio contact person:
 
David Chilson
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio board member
(Press Releases and Media Relations)
419-308-6464 cell
chilson@cs.bgsu.edu email

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