A safe place to go

Current Island, Eleuthera in the Bahamas is a little bit nicer, thanks to the generosity of pilots. Zion Children’s Home dedicated two homes, June 23, that can accommodate sixteen abused or neglected boys and girls. Volunteer pilots from Bahamas Habitat  over a two-and-one-half year period, “flew about 25 aircraft loads of supplies to the islands.” AOPA’s Alyssa Miller wrote a nice story which is posted on the AOPA website. This is the kind of cause we need to share with our non-pilot friends.

Pilots to help complete children’s home in the Bahamas

Volunteer pilots will be flying to Eleuthera in the Bahamas this month to complete the final stages of a home for abused children. The semi-annual Fly In & Help Out Event, to be held on Thursday, Feb. 16 through Sunday, Feb. 19, serves as an introduction to international mission flying and provides hands on experience with ongoing projects in The Bahamas, according to officials with Bahamas Habitat, which is sponsoring the event.

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