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The crowd of an estimated 1,000 to 1,100 people watch as the Vanguard Squadron aerobatic airplanes perform a synchronized routine in the sky.

Lakes Country Fly-In and Auto Show, Perham’s first such event in years, was a great success

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There was a lot of excitement in the air at the Perham Municipal Airport on Saturday, as four aerobatic planes soared overhead in perfect formation while WWII aircraft powered up their loud engines on the runway below. A crowd of more than 1,000 people “oohed” and “aahed” as the aerobatic planes made loops in the sky, free fell straight toward the ground and then arched back up again, leaving trails of smoke behind them.


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Marie Johnson
Marie Johnson (formerly Nitke) came to the Perham Focus after several years as the Education and Arts & Entertainment Editor at the Herald-Review of Grand Rapids, Minn. She lives in rural Ottertail with her husband, Dan, and their spunky yellow lab, Louisa.
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