Dance benefited airline museum

Scenes from the hangar dance Saturday to benefit the TWA Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)

by William Crum

More than 500 people attended the 2019 hangar dance Saturday to benefit the TWA Museum in Kansas City, Missouri.

At this event, an estimated 50 people who live in Wyandotte County participated. Many of the TWA workers lived in Wyandotte County.

One of the main sponsors of this event was Walters Dance Studio of Kansas City, Kansas.

The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
The TWA Museum has items on display from an earlier era of airlines. (Photo by William Crum)
Scenes from the hangar dance Saturday to benefit the TWA Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by William Crum)
Angela Lamb, a six-year student, performed with Mark Harris, co-owner of Walters Dance Studio. (Photo by William Crum)
Hugh MacFaden, St. Joseph, Missouri, greeted people attending the hangar dance Saturday. He was wearing a vintage World War II Army Air Corps uniform. (Photo by William Crum)

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