Air Show on track with Earnhardt Jr. donation

| May 27, 2016

DSC_0062COSHOCTON – Dale Earnhardt Jr. donated an autographed piece of his number 88 winning car from the Richmond race to the Coshocton County Air Show to be raffled off.

Bethel Toler, airport administrator said, “We are excited to be able to offer this unique item to the community in a raffle. We will also be raffling off a Charlie Daniels fiddle.”

Tickets will be $5 each according to Toler and can be soon purchased online.

You can keep up with the Air Show at the county website, www.coshoctoncounty.net. Follow the links to the airport and the Air Show news tab. You can also follow The Beacon for more information as the Air Show dates get closer.

The 2016 Wings Over Coshocton air show dates are Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17-18.

Category: Arts & Entertainment

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