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A GROUP OF NINE YOUNG PEOPLE FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY ARE SPENDING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS HELPING WITH FIX UP PROJECTS AT THE MID AMERICA AIR AND TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM.

KAT BURKHART IS THE LEADER OF THE AMERICORPS VOLUNTEERS WHO RANGE FROM 19 TO 24 YEARS OLD:


OC….NEXT TWO WEEKS. :14

AIR MUSEUM DIRECTOR LARRY FINLEY SAYS THE AMERICORPS VOLUNTEERS HAVE BEEN WORKING NON-STOP ON PROJECTS SINCE THEY ARRIVED, INCLUDING REMOVING THE INTERIOR OF THE MUSEUM’S FED-EX JET:


OC….OUT THERE. ;23

BURKHART SAYS THE AIR MUSEUM ARRANGED FOR HOUSING FOR THE GROUP, WHO TRAVELS IN A VAN FROM PROJECT TO PROJECT AS THEY SERVE THEIR COUNTRY:


OC..KIND OF MET. ;19

ONCE THE GROUP IS FINISHED WITH THEIR WORK AT THE AIR MUSEUM, THEY HEAD FOR DES MOINES FOR A HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PROJECT.

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