Hundreds attend annual Fly-in, Drive-in at Whiteside County Airport
ROCK FALLS – There was just the right amount of sun and wind as families gathered at the Whiteside County Airport Sunday morning for the annual Fly-in, Drive-in breakfast.
This year marks the 40th birthday of Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 410, sponsor of the event, which ran from 7 a.m. to noon and featured a pancake breakfast along with an airplane display, rides and a classic car show.
Rock Falls residents Todd Bliefnick and his wife, Dawn, brought their three children. While Todd watched, 5-year-old daughters Kirsten and Marissa practiced flying on a parked plane. Son Ryan, 2, sat next to his sisters.
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