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GUNS Garin Memorial Foundation Fly-In
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steve91t  
05-28-2022 08:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Hey everyone! I would like to invite everyone to the first annual GUNS Garin Memorial Fly-In at Owens field in Columbia, SC (KCUB).

Saturday, May 28th 10-2pm

The purpose of this fly in is to raise money and awareness for our non-profit foundation, the GUNS Garin Memorial Foundation. Unfortunately we lost my brother, Major Rick GUNS Garin less than 2 years ago. He was a highly respected F-16 pilot for the McEntire ANG. This foundation was started to honor his legacy. We help military families in need and also have a growing flight scholarship program. We will be announcing 6 new recipients of our flight scholarship at this fly in!

This fly in is free! No landing fee! On top of that we are fortunate enough to offer $.50 off per gallon along with one free pizza per airplane! Lunch will be provided by Hunter-Gatherer. Also, there will be a B-25 static display, P-51s and other warbirds.

As much as I wish my brother was here to enjoy this fly in, I feel hed be proud of the foundation that we have started because of him.

My dad had a beautiful RV7 for 8 years. I took my daughter for her first airplane ride in it a few years ago. Unfortunately he recently sold it, but I still have a passion for RVs. I now have a Cessna 195 that I will have at the fly in.

This is the very first fly in that I have hosted. My goal is to make this a fly in that many people look forward to attending each and every year.

Please check out our website to learn more about my brother and our foundation.

www.gunsgarin.com

Thank you!
Steve Garin
 
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