Pilots Volunteer To Help Kids In Need At East Hampton Airport - 27 East

Pilots Volunteer To Help Kids In Need At East Hampton Airport

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Participants in the Kids Need More Camp on Shelter Island. They were flown in to East Hampton Airport on Saturday

Participants in the Kids Need More Camp on Shelter Island. They were flown in to East Hampton Airport on Saturday

 coming from various towns across the northeast

coming from various towns across the northeast

 before taking a bus to the week-long camp. The flights were arranged by the nonproft Patient AirLift Services

before taking a bus to the week-long camp. The flights were arranged by the nonproft Patient AirLift Services

 which uses volunteer pilots to help families in need. COURTESY THE SHELTER ISLAND REPORTER

which uses volunteer pilots to help families in need. COURTESY THE SHELTER ISLAND REPORTER

Marco Colon of Mount Pocono

Marco Colon of Mount Pocono

 Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

 is greeted at East Hampton Airport on Saturday. He was one of 16 children and teens flown in from across the Northeast to attend the Kids Need More camp on Shelter Island. The camp caters to children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses

is greeted at East Hampton Airport on Saturday. He was one of 16 children and teens flown in from across the Northeast to attend the Kids Need More camp on Shelter Island. The camp caters to children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses

 and the flights were arranged through PALS (Patient AirLift Services). CAILIN RILEY

and the flights were arranged through PALS (Patient AirLift Services). CAILIN RILEY

Marco Colon of Mount Pocono

Marco Colon of Mount Pocono

 Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

 is greeted at East Hampton Airport on Saturday. He was one of 16 children and teens flown in from across the Northeast to attend the Kids Need More camp on Shelter Island. The camp caters to children with cancer and other life-threatening

is greeted at East Hampton Airport on Saturday. He was one of 16 children and teens flown in from across the Northeast to attend the Kids Need More camp on Shelter Island. The camp caters to children with cancer and other life-threatening

authorCailin Riley on Aug 14, 2017
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