2021 Christmas Dinner

EAA Chapter 729 annual Christmas Dinner will be held on Thursday, December 16 @ 6:30pm at “Hangar 5” restaurant at Columbus Municipal Airport.  We hope to see many 729 members and aviation friends which we may not have seen this year!  Cost is $25/person and may be pre-paid online.  Cash or check will also be accepted at the door.  Bring your aviation and holiday spirit for this social event!

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Columbus EAA Chapter 729, Inc.
4770 Ray Boll Blvd
Columbus, IN  47203

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