Hurry! Only on Display February 14th - March 13th!
Thank you: MEIJERS, Wal Mart, Scene 75, Jumpys,
Cairns Toys, Boonshoft Museum, McDonalds,
Wendy's, and Skyline Chili
for sponsoring the "Bricks Do Battle" LEGO Contest!
|WACO Historical Society is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Lego Contest. Come see recreated battles,including the battle at Concord, the bombing of Hiroshima, D-Day, or Black Hawk Down. Pretend you are that tiny LEGO character climbing in a humvee, an Osprey or the P 51-D Mustang. Remember all of our fallen soldiers as you reflect on the memorials represented in this display where tiny bricks come together to form beautiful memorials, intricate battle scenes, and realistic models of military vehicles. All entries are currently on display at WACO Air Museum for public viewing February 14th -March 13th, during regular business hours with a paid museum admission. As a way to further honor our military, this event is free to our military personnel (must show military ID).
The entries have been judged bysome of our own local military men and women. First, second and third prizes have been awarded in each category. YOU can help us determine "The People's Choice Award." Each paying museum guest will get to cast five votes for their favorite entries, or put all five votes on a single entry. Additional votes can be purchased for $1.00 per vote at the museum gift shop or VOTE BELOW!
|CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR YOUR
FAVORITE LEGO ENTRY
| “Where in the World is Air Force One?”
March 5, 2015
WACO welcomes former Tipp City resident, Casey Williams, to the lecture series. Join WACO Air Museum on March 5th at 7 pm as Casey, an Air Transportation Craftsman with USAF, informs the audience of how the Air Force moves people and cargo around the globe.
Casey Williams is a 2007 graduate of Tipp City High School. Casey currently serves as Special Air Missions Agent (SAM) at Andrews Air Force Base, home of Air Force One, in Maryland. He coordinates ground logistics for our nation’s top leaders, including Air Force One, Air Force Two, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, Congress, and general officers.
This presentation is scheduled to last one hour. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. There is no charge for the event. Donations will be accepted to benefit WACO Historical Society. The WACO Air Museum is located at 1865 South County Road 25A, Troy, OH 45373. For more information, call 937-335-9226.
Normal Museum Hours:
Cost of Admission:
The WACO Historical Society has a dual purpose: Preservation of history of the WACO Aircraft Company and the Golden Age of Flight; and the education of young people in the area of math, science, technology and history, using aviation themes as a means toward enhancing student enthusiasm and response to traditional classroom curriculum.
WACO Historical Society
1865 South County Road 25A
Troy, Ohio 45373
Phone number: (937) 335-9226
FAX: (937) 335-4357