Friends of Granby Airport give to Grand County history organization |

Friends of Granby Airport give to Grand County history organization

Sky-Hi News Staff Report
L-R Front Row: Jane Tollett, Grand County Board of Commissioners Chair, Will O’Donnell re-enactor of Charles Lindbergh with the Grand Lake Historical Society, Mark Harrington, President of EAA Chapter 1267, Bill Hamilton, President of Friends of Granby Airport holding the representative $1,000 check, District 2 Commissioner Merrit Linke holding the symbolic golden key to the new Granby-area community attraction, Dan Nolan, GCHA President accepting the key, Shawn Davis, GCHA Board member, Ida Sheriff, founding member of GCHA.
Photo Courtesy of Penny Hamilton |

May 20 was a “Grand Day” for the Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum when the Friends of Granby Airport, Inc., endowed the museum with $1,000 when it officially joined the Grand County Historical Association (GCHA) family of museums. The celebration was well attended with important aviation and heritage tourism groups represented. The new Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Friday and Saturday, June 3 through September 3 and is staffed with all volunteers.

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