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THE PAPER AIRPLANE GUY RETURNS TO THE MUSEUM AS A WORLD RECORD HOLDER

John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, visits the Museum on February 23rd to show off his talents in three presentations

 MCMINNVILLE, Ore. (February 18, 2013) – John Collins, The Paper Air Guy, returns to the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum to show off his trick-of-the trade in three presentations. The event is a part of the Museum’s Membership Appreciation Month, but is open to the public as well.

John Collins earned a World Record on February 26th, 2012 for longest flight of a paper airplane with it soaring 226 feet, 10 inches. John Collins designed and constructed the plane. Collins not only has unique talent in constructing paper airplanes, but he is also great at teaching people how to build planes themselves.

“It is always exciting to have John Collins at the Museum. We really enjoy his presentations and our guests are always eager to see what John has to show us,” said Larry Wood, Executive Director of Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. “His passion for flight is not only entertaining but also contagious with our guests wanting to learn how to construct these amazing paper airplanes.”

WHAT:                John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, visits Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

WHEN:                Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
Presentations:
8AM (Museum Members Only)
10AM (General Public)
1PM (General Public)

WHERE:             Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way
McMinnville, OR 97128

PRICE:                 Presentations are included in Museum admission

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