Chattanooga Radio Control Club hosts airshow to benefit Siskin Children’s Institute

The Chattanooga Radio Control Club held it’s 5th annual Siskin Children’s Institute Air Show on Saturday, June 25th. The event raised an estimated $2450 for the charity, and is still receiving additional donations. The air show featured 3D high speed helicopters flying in excess of 170 mph, radio control aircraft flying, precision aerobatics, drones, the warbird scramble, and high performance jets. There were also activities for the kids including a bounce house, the AMA education trailer with flight simulators, Erlanger’s Life Force Helicopter, and a fire truck for the children to explore.




If you would like to donate to Siskin Children’s Institute, visit their website HERE.


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