Saturday, October 25, 2014

Third annual Rotors 'n Ribs in Goshen has some new features this year

Helicopters big and small and rib eaters also big and small were in attendance at the Goshen Airport at the 3rd annual Rotor ’n Rib helicopter fly-in.

Posted on June 21, 2014 at 10:36 p.m.

Helicopters large and small, flying demonstrations and ribs attracted a crowd to the Goshen Airport on Saturday, June 21. The third annual Rotors ’n Ribs helicopter fly-in took place under partly sunny skies.

Attendees could check out helicopters up-close, purchase a ride on Vietnam era war birds, eat ribs or hot dogs or pizza, and watch a simulated air evacuation by a medivac helicopter.

According to Goshen Airport manager Randy Sharkey, the event attracted between 2,500 and 3,000 people. New events included a helicopter parade and the EMS evacuation demonstration. About 40 helicopters, large and small, were present. Three medi-vac helicopters are included in that total.

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