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KF Aerospace opens cocktail napkin dream, Centre for Excellence

The centre is home to the World War II Mosquito plane
The KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence at Kelowna’s International Airport officially opened on Aug. 30 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and speeches (Brittany Webster - Capital News)

The KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence is officially open.

Media was invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony for the aviation learning space.

The event started with speeches by KF Aerospace Executive Director Paula Quinn and Founder Barry Lapointe, Kelowna Airport Director Sam Samaddar and Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran.

The four speakers then cut the red ribbon and welcomed attendees to tour the centre.

The Centre for Excellence opens to the public Wednesday (Aug. 31) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Brittany Webster

About the Author: Brittany Webster

A video journalist with Black Press Media. I recently made the exciting move from my radio anchor position at AM 1150 to this new venture.
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