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Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum
- The Museum is now open Sundays from 1 pm to 5 pm. The Museum continues
to provide tours and and weekday visits by appointment only.
- Thursday Night Bingo will continue over summer. Please join us every third
Thursday of the month in July and August.
- Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 11th for "Rotors Over Mentone".
Stay tuned for updated information on this and other events. Enjoy the Summer!

12th Annual "Rotors Over Mentone" on Saturday, Sep 11th

This year will be our 12th "Rotors Over Mentone" Fly-In event. We plan to honor our Heroes,
the people who are our First Responders and Frontline Workers (Fire and Police, Emergency
Medical Services) and our Military. Helicopter rides will be offered by AmericanHuey 369 and
Cleveland Helicopter Services. "Rotors" will begin with the arrival of helicopters starting at
9:30 am. The Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum is located at 210 S. Oak St, Mentone IN.
Admission and parking are free.

Evening Bingo at the Bell Museum on Thursday, Jul 15th

Bingo at the Museum - An Evening Event
Join us again for another evening of bingo on Thursday, Jul 15, 2021 at the Bell Museum,
starting at 6:00 pm for regular bingo and 5:30 for early birds. Doors open at 4:30 pm.
Cost is $15.00.

Designated Fund Established for Mentone Historical Museum

In past February, Board Members of the Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum worked
with the Kosciusko County Community Foundation in establishing a new designated
fund, called the Mentone Historical Museum Fund. The fund is to support
activities related to the preservation of Mentone's town history.

Rotors Over Mentone 2020

Pictured above are Bell Museum President Tim Croy and Speaker Linda Cochran (left),
who particulate in the 11th Annual "Rotors Over Mentone" event's program on Sep 12th.
American Huey 369 (upper right) and Cleveland Helicopter Services (bottom right)
were also on hand giving rides. Although visiting helicopters were not able to attend,
it was still a great day for the public to get out.

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