Friday, June 10, 2011

Stars Among Us

Reporting on the family within the Vintage Wings organization has become common practice. Showcasing the stories of the people behind the scenes demonstrates the depth and strength that comes with an establishment as unique and rewarding as ours.

The Vintage Wings family is a nucleus of people who share in the joy and delight of seeing the fruits of their labour unfold as each plane is restored, each veteran is honoured and each new member walks through the front doors marvelling at the magic of it all.

Surrounding this family are the people who make  us whole and complete. Those are our loved, the spouses, partners, children, and grand-children that give us a sense of pride. Often the stories of our own family stay at home as we bravely go about our daily chores. But we should all rejoice and embrace in the accomplishments of those family members because it is through their journey that we get our strength, which, in turn, lends itself to determination and commitment to the organization we call Vintage Wings.

This is a success story of one of "our family" worth sharing.

Click on the link below to find out.

June 9, 2011: Snowboarder John Leslie

John Leslie is an extraordinary teenager. He lost his leg to cancer at the age of 10. Sports has always been a big part of his life. And at 18, his future looks brighter than ever.

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