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Worcester Regional Flight Academy

Worcester Regional Flight Academy
George thanks for your generous prize for the poster contest and sorry about the wrong link.  I have corrected. Here is a the link to Worcester Regional Flight Academy.

Sherry’s House receives poster ...

Sherry’s House receives poster prizes
We started this poster contest before the JetBlue announcement to get people excited about the potential arrival of JetBlue in Worcester.    Here is a link to all the entries and the winner, slide 4.   Now it is time to end contests and buy tickets.   Today lets congratulate the winner, Jon Rice, who has donated the prizes to Why Me/Sherry’s [...]

Jon Rice donates poster prizes to She...

Jon Rice donates poster prizes to Sherry’s House
Today I notifed Jon that he had the poster contest and the following prizes $250 cash from Advantage Benefits $250 cash from Massachusetts Dental Insurance a tour of ORH with Airport Director Andy Davis a flight around the city of Worcester with George Charles Allen of the Worcester Regional Flight Academy He has sent me an e-mail, then he [...]

Poster Contest Winner

Poster Contest Winner
Congrats to Jon Rice with his poster on slide 4. Thanks to everyone else, who submitted their idea.   In the end we really liked the Robert Goddard theme.     Here some links to Worcester born Robert Goddard: Wikipedia NASA Read the links, he was a pretty amazing guy!!   The road for the Industrial Park is called Goddard Drive that runs int [...]

Poster contest

Poster contest
Jet blue poster from Bill Randell

Contest suspended March 31st

Contest suspended March 31st
Our reasoning is that if JetBlue is announced next Wednesday, there is no time for contests.   At the same time we did initially say the end of April so if you are working on something get it in by Sunday at midnight. Here is the updated slideshow Latest entry

Contest Update

Contest Update
Great response to the contest.   Honestly thought Jose may have had this locked up.  I was also thinking along the same  lines that he was.   On the other hand maybe it is Old Rattlesnake Hill (Hill) or the the Orchards (ORH) of Worcester, England. Andy, George and myself will review and try to come up with the answer and award the three priz [...]

Jose Answer

Jose Answer
as we discussed, locations that start with n, w, k are drop, w and k is used for radio/tv, n is used by the navy. http://www.businessinsider.com/airport-codes-explained-2012-10 this explaines w, n, k. the first and second, second and third, third and first letters of any 3 letter code can not be duplicated within 200 nautical miles. http://ww [...]

Mystery of “ORH” Contest

Mystery of “ORH” Contest
 You see them on your flight itineraries and on your bag tags.  You even weave them into conversations. “I’m off to DFW.”  “I’m flying out of LAX.”  “We’re leaving out of JFK”.  These are the 3 letter city codes airlines use to designate the underlying airport established by the FAA . The majority are based on the city name or whomever the [...]