Work began on Thursday April 30 and the S & K employees finish on Saturday May 2.
We want to make sure that we thank the S & K Asphalt & Concrete Company, Akron and all their employees for the wonderful transformation that they created at MAPS. They took a bunch of pot holes, loose gravel, trenches and chunks of asphalt then turned it into a beautiful parking lot.
Thank you to all our visitors and volunteers for a very successful event.
We had about 935 visitors come to eat breakfast.
Please come see all of the improvements that we have done to the museum and enjoy pancakes for the price of admission. Its a wonderful time for all ages.
The results of the 2015 MAPS Raffle are as follows:
We would like to thank everyone who sold tickets in support of this very important fund raiser for MAPS. We do this during a very slow time and it helps pay our huge winter utility bills. This year we had revenue of $11,855 and represented 43.5% participation from our membership. Again, thank you for your support of this very important fund raiser.
We would like to thank the recovery crew headed by Wayne Noall and Jerry Leeks. Also included on the team were Tony Bistransky, Paul Gates, and Chet Starn. We want to thank all of them for their tireless effort to bring the F-16 to her new home at MAPS Air Museum. She arrived on April 18 at 10:00 with a crowd of onlookers after eight years of saving and planning. Also, thanks to everyone who supported the project.
Welcome Home City of Cleveland.
The City of Cleveland is moved into the Restoration Building.
Our quarterly newsletter the Briefing has been published for Mar-May 2015. Click on the icon below to go this issue.
MAPS Air Museum will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary on June 20, 2015. We have created three items to commemorate this event; a 25th anniversary t-shirt, pin and patch.
We have created a package on our on-line storeroom that includes all three for $21 plus shipping. If you would like to link to the website to make the purchase, please click on the picture. Thank you for your support for the past 25 years.
If you want to know what we do at
Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS Air Museum).
Look at this picture!
She crashed in a valley in Canada in 1942. She was recovered in 1971. She came to MAPS in 1995. She got her nose in 2015. What a journey! Thank you to the entire restoration crew for their efforts.
Click on this picture to go to the picture that Doug Perry took. Once there, please click like if you like his great camera work. You might have to scroll down a bit to get to the B-26.
Although we did not win any category, we placed in the top three in each category in which we were entered. These are outstanding results and we want to thank everyone for your vote. Click on the award to see the final results.
Green Chamber of Commerce Fund Raiser
Please support the Green Chamber Fund Raiser – Nagy’s Winter Blast – Murder Mystery Dinner at MAPS Air Museum, March 7, doors open at 6:00.