Otherworldly skills


Students and instructors at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center have recently completed work on a scaled model of the lunar command module that helped bring the first men to walk on the moon back to Earth after a successful journey to its faraway surface on July 20, 1969. "Mike Kugler and Chris Bianco and the kids did it all," said Bill McCaffrey, director of the WACTC. The project was undertaken to provide a historic prop for the upcoming Moon Landing parade that was organized by Conimicut resident Lonnie Barham. The parade has picked up significant momentum since it was proposed over a year ago. It will be held on the same date, 50 years after the Eagle landed, on July 20, 2019. (Submitted photo)


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