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PAGE 8 BLACKFOOT VALLEY DISPATCH JULY 28, 2016 AIRPORT from pg. 1 "I started this out fully in- tending that if nothing else, I would pay for it all my- self," Cain said. "I'm happy to accept those [contribu- tions] - it lets me do more." Between ten and fifteen planes of varying makes and models and one he- licopter were on display. The Lincoln Council for the Arts, Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild and the Lincoln Senior Center all had information booths at the event, and represen- tatives of the Lincoln Vol- unteer Ambulance, Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department, and the Sheriff's Depart- A The Reach Air helicopter takes off from the airport. I~Charlie Sherman sits in the door of the cockpit of his 1958 Cessna and the sights and ev- ment were also present, erything to encourage tween us and Benefis," said helicopter pilot Emily Bacon, "so whoever is avail- able, whoever's closer at the time will come." They brought the he- licopter and a large air ambulance plane, and were available to answer ques- tions. "We came just to kind of show people what we have to offer and that we're avail- able," Bacon said. "We've "When I opened it up and develop an interest to the Community I had in aviation," he said. "We no idea how many people had two airplanes and would come," Cain said. "I two pilots there...but was very happy to see all of we felt it was too windy the people that did come." and would make it too Cain hopes word of how bumpy of a ride for kids much fun the event was and being exposed to their how much folks learned first time in an airplane." about aviation and the ser- In spite of the can- vices available will spread, cellation, local families and the event will be bigger enjoyed the barbecue. next year. Lincoln native Teresa High winds east of the Brown brought her chil- divide probably discour- dren to the event, and said aged some pilots from flying her two older children now in, Cain said. The winds want to grow up to be pilots. also grounded plans for "My whole life I've lived the Young Eagle Flights, a here, and never been out program of the Experimen- here," Brown admitted. "It's tal Aircraft Association that been great. provides free flights for chil- Invited by Cain, Reach Air dren ages eight to 17. Medical Services of Helena "The pilots that do the is one of the air ambulances Young Eagle Flights will fly that serve Lincoln in the these kids around Lincoln event of an emergency, and show them the airplane "Lincoln's right in be- talked to quite a few people and told them what we do... and we've just been taking pic- tures and letting little kids touch things." Charlie Sherman was on hand with his 1958 Cessna 182. A regular at Airport events, Sherman hap- pily showed families the interior of the Cessna, one of two he owns. "This year was the best ever," he said of the picnic. "It was a family deal - everyone in Hncoln was invited." A retired Delta pilot, Sherman spends his summers at his home in Lincoln Gulch and has kept a hangar in Lincoln since 2004. Pri- or to purchasing, prop- erty he visited friends here who showed him theairport, which he" said influenced his decision to settle in Lincoln. Like Sherman, Jim and Debbie Rau- bet keep a hangar in Lincoln. They were happy to let local kids sit in the cockpit of their plane and answer their questions. Self- proclaimed "snowbirds," the Raubers commute back and forth between their home in Elk Trail Park and one in Ari- zona, often making the trip in their 1976 Cessna 182P Skylane. "We're very thrilled that we are able to have some- thing here," Debbie Rauber said of the airport. Cain said the night before the event three airplanes and a motor home full of pi- lots and their families came into town, utilizing Lincoln's hotels, RV hook ups and restaurants. "I always encourage all of my pilot friends to fly into the Lincoln airport, and many of them that have come to the barbecues over the years have said that Lincoln Airport is one of the nicest of its type in the state of Montana," Cain said. far as community airports, Lincoln is probably one of the tOp two in the state, and there's 400 of them. Because of its beauty and its loca- tion and everything, pilots love to come here. I'm trying to make the community understand that the airport is an asset in that when the pilots come here, if they know there are places to go in town to eat, to stay, to visit...that's going to benefit the businesses." Cain said he is working with the Chamber of Com- merce to install a bulletin board mapping Lincoln services and attractions at the airport. Other ideas he hopes to promote are in- formative brochures on site and a courtesy car for those who fly in. "The more that kind of thing gets developed, the more customers will come to Lincoln businesses. That was my whole purpose." He said he plans to con- tinue with the open house concept in the future. "I'm planning next year right now," he said. BIRTHDAYS 7/28- 8/3 JULY 28 Shane Smith Rick JULY 29 Mark Christian Dunkerly Wyatt Kirby Jay Thompson ~ JULY 30 " Payton Brewster Andrea Jones Payton Kuiper Betty Shown JULY 31 Lauren Fife Kayleigh Mendez April Erickson AUGUST 1 Dawn Kirby Don Pettit AUGUST 2 Trudy Armstrong Logan Becker Claudia Dirkes Kristen Jacobsen Fleming AUGUST 3 Elora Paull Eastyn Tweet SENIOR CENTER LUNCH MENU THURSDAY, JULY 28 BBQ PORK STRIPS, BABY RED POTATOES, BAKED BEANS, PEACH SALAD FRIDAY, JULY 29 HUNGARIAN GOULASH, CARROTS, APPLE RINGS, COOKIES MONDAY, AUG. 1 HAMBURGER PATTY, MASHED POTATOES W/G RAVe, GARDEN PEAS, APPLE RINGS TUESDAY, AUG. 2 CHICKEN CASSEROLE W/ VEGGIES, DICED BEETS, BEAN SALAD, PEACHES WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3 MEATLOAF, RED POTATOES, CARROT COINS, FRUIT, ICE CREAM THURSDAY, AUG. 4 TURKEY ROAST, MASHED POTATOES, SWEET CORN, CRANBERRIES, DESSERT Lunch is served weekdays from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Reservations are not required. Menus are subject to change. MONDAYS Cribbage and Mexican Dominoes 7p.m. JULY 25 DOMINO SCORES 7 Players Hi:Doug Vulcan Low: Heidi Vulcan TUESDAYS Pinochle -- 7p.m. JULY~19 PINOCHLE SCORE Hi: Martha Bourgault 2nd: Tie: Marion Morris & Kathy i~eeve Low: Bonnie Shown WEDNESDAYS Blood Pressure Check -- !1:30 a.m. Woodcarving -- 1- 4 p.m.- Lincoln Community United Methodist Church NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS THRIFT STORE PROCEEDS GO BACK TO THE LINCOLN COMMUNITY OPEN FRIDAYS 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Drop off donations of clean, usable items with Diane M0n -Thurs at the Senior Center. Call 362-4504 with question's UPPER BLACKFOOT VALLEY CHURCH SERVICES UNCOLN COMMUNITY UNITED ST. JUDES CA THOUC CHURCH. METHODIST CHURCH LINCOLN Worship, 10:30 a.m. Mass~:~l a.m. Sunday First and Third Sunday of the ~ Father'John Robertson, Admin- month, Pastor Loren Gustafson. ' istrat0r, 362-321Q,~,orcall the For Food Bank information, Diocese of Helena at 442-5820. please contact Diane Ironi at the .... : ~' - Senior Center or Chris Mclnai[~, 362-4342. BLACKFOOT VALLEY BIBLE ~ CHURCH , : :~ SundayWorship 11 a.m. Adult Sunday Bible Study, 9:45 a.m.; Ladies Bible Class, 2:45 p.m. Tuesday at the church; Men's Breakfast and Bible Study, Friday 7 a.m.; Sunday evening Prayer Meeting, 6 p.m. Pastor Art McCafferty, 362-4714. ~, ' LINCOLN BAPTIST." CHURCH Worship ServiCe, 11 a.m. Sunday SChool, 9:45 a.m. Gene Young/Pastor, Church Phone 362-4137; 204 Sleepy Hol- " low Lane ST. THoMA. CATHOUC CHURCH, HELMVILLE Mass, 9 a.m. Sunday. Father John Robertson, rectory: 793-5697. COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH OF LINCOLN Sunday Worship Service, 11:00 a.m. at the Senior Center. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Everyone Welcome Holding forth the word of life. Pastor Ed Etzwiler, 362-4142. HELMVILLE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP Sunday Service, 7 p.m. 793-5700; Pastor Don Niemeir, 793-5018. BLACKFOOT COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH. OVANDO CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Sunday Worship, lO a.m. 1349 Lone Point Dr.; 362-4422 or Sunday Service, 10 a.m. Come worship with usl 362-4602.