Sandy Hook Students Get Chance to Smile at Sikorsky Airport

Dec 29, 2012 No Comments by

The students visiting Sikorsky Memorial Airport in Stratford, Conn., on Friday looked like any bunch of students on a school trip. As they toured a hangar looking at classic aircraft, they raced under a plane’s wings, acted as if they were pilots and looked a little bored as a volunteer explained the history of one of the planes.

But this wasn’t just any school group.

Two weeks after a shooting massacre at their school left 26 dead, about 20 Sandy Hook Elementary School students visited the Bridgeport-owned airport for what organizers hoped would be a break from the sadness still palpable in Newtown.

For the complete story by Drew Joseph at CTPost.com, click here.

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