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The plan for JAARS to unveil its new Kodiak airplane at Lancaster County Airport on Saturday have been pushed back.
With weather forecasters calling a 70 percent chance of rain and a high temperature in the mid-40s Saturday, JAARS spokesman Arthur Lightbody said the event was canceled.
“The few visitors who would probably come would have a miserable experience exploring the exhibition tables and the plane would likely not be able to fly,” Lightbody said.
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