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An airplane used smoke to draw a smiling face to the right of its skywriting. Planes did tricks in the sky this weekend as part of the annual Boshears Skyfest at Daniel Field.  JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
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An airplane used smoke to draw a smiling face to the right of its skywriting. Planes did tricks in the sky this weekend as part of the annual Boshears Skyfest at Daniel Field.
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grinder48 10/22/12 - 01:54 pm
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I'm getting tired of the horrific noise every year but I support it because it's like a (very) mini-Masters ... good for the local economy. But does Boshears support any local charities? Only thing I could find on their website is promoting flying among young people but, of course, that ultimately supports only the self-interest of the flying community. Just asking ...

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