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Chicopee Comprehensive High School students and faculty participate in the Second Annual Suicide Awareness Walk held last Thursday afternoon at the school track. Turley Publications photo by Greg Scibelli
State Sen. Eric Lesser learns about 3-D printing from Bill Dahl of Solidscape, a Merrimack, N.H. tech firm. Turley Publications photo by Dennis P. Hohenberger
Rob Holland tells his father, Bob Holland, that he is the surprise recipient of the “Hero Flight” last Thursday morning at the Metropolitan Airport at Westover Air Reserve Base. Turley Publications photo by Greg Scibelli
Brycen Fera, 2, of North Granby cheered as he jetted around the base with his very own toy plane. Turley Publications staff photo by Emily Thurlow
Airman First Class Angel Rodriguez was blown away by the sound that aircrafts like the F-22 Raptor projected as it tore through the skies. Turley Publications staff photo by Emily Thurlow
By the time Monday morning rolled around, there’s a good chance that folks from Chicopee, the region and even throughout New England woke up with stiff necks following the excitement that swept through the skies over the weekend with the Great New England Air Show.
The event, which David Smith, U.S. Air Force Reserves Lt. Col., Air Show Director and chief pilot at the 337th Airlift Squadron said, was one of the premiere events of its kind in the country. It drew in an estimated 160,000 people on Saturday and another 200,000 on Sunday at the Westover Air Reserve base in Chicopee. READ MORE
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