Controversy has erupted again regarding complaints by the City of Lancaster that the proposed Palmdale power plant will result in undue air pollution that will waft its way downwind. The power plant,
Meeting to be held at Lancaster High
OW Staff Writer | 1/10/2014, midnight
The Los Angeles County Airshow is looking for volunteers to join the team for a weekend of hard work and fun, and a meeting will be held Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. for those interested.
Volunteers will learn about what it takes to get involved, available opportunities, meet Airshow team managers, ask questions and get the inside scoop. In order to volunteer, one must be at least 18 years old and available for a minimum of 8-10 hours Friday and Saturday, March 21-22. For additional information and/or to apply for a volunteer position, visit:http://lacountyairshow.com/volunteer-application-friday-saturday.
The volunteer meeting will be held at Lancaster High School in the theatre, 44701 32nd Street West, Lancaster. Parking will be available in the school parking lots.
The Air Show will feature several of the top air show performers from around the country including the headlining act—the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, the Red Bull Air Force, high-energy aerobatics, barnstorming, and various warbirds. The show will also focus on the innovative aircraft whose roots are tied to the Antelope Valley. On the ground, spectators will be able to explore static aircraft displays, interact with pilots and crewmembers, and experience interactive attractions and educational exhibits designed to promote Science Technology Engineering Math studies.
Tickets, sponsorship information and hi-resolution images are available online at www.lacountyairshow.com.
The Los Angeles County Air Show Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting the importance of aviation for continued economic growth, inspiration and educational opportunities for our youth, as well as enhancing awareness of the service and sacrifices of our military men and women. The mission of the Air Show will, in part, be accomplished by giving back to the community through a regional scholarship program for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in the areas of science, technology, engineering, math or aerospace.