“We want them to look up and see all the possibilities that they have and they can be,” said Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones, CEO and president of the Frontiers of Flight Museum. She said that it was important to offer such opportunities to North Texas children.
Some students from across North Texas are looking up from their televisions and tablets, and shooting for the stars. Aviation camp lets kids spend their summer flying planes and shooting off rockets — but it’s not just play. This is educational.
Attention If no news content is displayed,