The Lazy Eight Radio Control Model Airplane Club hosts the 32nd Annual Charity Air Show

Brian Douglas and Paul Davis from North Country Flying Tigers prepare for take-off. This plan is a World War I German Fighter replica. (The Leader-Herald/Shawna Fleck)
A radio controlled plane is flown over the Lazy 8 field Saturday. Owner Alan Mostek boasts that he is flying a wedding present from his wife, Chantelle. This couple was married in April 2018. (The Leader-Herald/Shawna Fleck) The Leader-Herald/Shawna Fleck
Robert Andrews and, son, Dane Andrews assist Adam Dexter in starting his aircraft. Dexter, orginally from this area, now resides in Virginia. His love of flyer has spilled over into his career. He is a licensed pilot and a Flight Service Specailist. (The Leader-Herald/Shawna Fleck)
This plane is a 46% scale replica built from scratch by owner and pilot Brian Reed. (The Leader-Herald/Shawna Fleck)
Adam DexterÕs plane "piloted" by Snoopy. (The Leader-Herald/Shawna Fleck)

JOHNSTOWN —

The Lazy Eight Radio Control Model Airplane Club hosts the 32nd Annual Charity Air Show at their flying site, 144 Knoblauch Road, Johnstown. Proceeds will benefit Warm the Children. The event will continue today from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is open to the public. A $5 donation per person is requested at the gate; children under 12 free. Food, raffles, and vendors will be on site.

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