Radio show tickets still available

Thursday, August 16, 2012
Attention Veterans Are you currently full time active duty military personnel? Have you served one tour of duty in either Afghanistan or Iraq? If you are, Dr. Perry Wainman, DDS of Greencastle wants to show his patriotic pride and award you as his guest to come to the third annual Dixie Chopper 20th Century Radio Show. Here is what you need to do. First, contact Dr. Wainman, by email only please, at Space is limited as there are only eight seats available. Second, be willing to come to the show in your dress uniform. Third, have fun as Dr. Wainman's guest. "I just think it's about time I did something for this brave men and women who have done so much for me and this country I love," Wainman said. "I just want to be able to do a little something for some of them." This year's Dixie Chopper 20th Century Radio Show will take place during Putnam County Airport appreciation Days on Saturday, Sept. 8.

The Putnam County Airport Appreciation Group announced recently that, despite rumors to the contrary, there are still tickets available for the third annual Dixie Chopper 20th Century Radio Show, set for Saturday, Sept. 8.

Tickets have been on sale to the general public since the first of July, but there are still plenty of good seats available.

The annual radio show has sold out the last two years running and the group expects this year's show to again sell out.

Anyone who wants a seat may contact Ginger Scott at Wabash Capital in Greencastle. She can be reached at 655-2333 or 720-2236. Interested parties can also stop by and see Scott in person at Wabash Capital.

Currently there is one B-17 table available at $640 and one P-51 table available at $400.

These are sold as full tables.

Individual seats are available the AT-6 and BT-13 tables available. AT-6 seats are $30 each or a table for $240.

BT-13 seats are $25 each or a table for $200.

Social hour will be from 6-7 p.m. Dinner will start at 7, with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

Anyone interested in tickets to this year's show is encouraged to contact Scott as soon as possible.

Last year the Dixie Chopper Radio Show resulted in the PCAAD donating $1,000 to the USO of Indiana, which doubled the 2010 donation total.

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