Pilot helps curate Calif. museum exhibit

A new exhibit called "Flying High: 100 Years of Aviation in the Valley," recently opened at the Western Science Center in California. It came together in part by Ken Graff, a pilot with a lifelong love of aviation. "Ken Graff, as a volunteer, has spent hours at home writing material, hours on the road locating display objects and hours working with Western Science Center staff ... to bring this gift to the community," said the museum's executive director, Bill Marshall.

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