Wings-N-Wheels show takes to the air


WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) — Saturday kicked off the second annual Wings-N-Wheels show at the Sloas Airfield in Warren.

As pilots who are preparing for Sunday’s show flew in, Saturday’s main event focused on motorcycles and tractors.

Also Saturday was the long awaited grand opening of the Ernie Hall Aviation Museum.

“That’s right the Ernie Hall Aviation Museum is open. There are a few little interactive things that haven’t been hooked up. But it’s the way it’s going to be and I am very proud of it,” said Bill Griffin, Board of Directors chairman.

Hall was a local aviator who owned a flight school in Howland for decades.

Wings-N-Wheels continues tomorrow.

Griffin expects about 100 planes to be on display– on the ground and in the air.

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