Monday, April 24th, 2017
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Christopher Burton, director of the Armstrong Air and Space Museum, stands next to the Gemini Spacecraft. The museum is planning a multimillion, three-part expansion that will enable organizers to add more exhibits like this one.

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WAPAKONETA - Armstrong Air and Space Museum officials are about halfway to their fundraising goal for a $2.9 million expansion project.
The project is the first of three proposed expansions and is estimated to cost a total of $9.72 million, museum director Christopher Burton said. [More]
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