2001 Air Race Classic 'flight log'
by Jo-Elle Warner
June 19, 2001
FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. -- Greetings from Fayetteville, Tennessee! Yes, it's that time of year - women pilots racing across the country. This year's race goes from San Diego to Batavia, Ohio.
My race partner is Michelle Homister, fellow WMU grad. We did our first leg today en route to San Diego. We left Battle Creek at 5:30 p.m. We flew to Batavia, Ohio, and on to Fayetteville. We are flying the course backwards for a heads up. We are looking forward to lots of fun flying and fun times meeting folks from across the country.
Blue skies and smiles!
Jo-Elle Warner is a flight instructor in College of Aviation and a graduate of the WMU aviation program. She and Michelle Homister, an April aviation graduate, are competing against more than 30 teams from around the nation in the 2001 Air Race Classic, June 26-30, beginning in San Diego and concluding four days and more than 2,200 miles later at Sporty's Airport in Batavia, Ohio.
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