PSA Airlines visits Helke


Lily Hilterbran won a drawing for a model airplane presented by PSA Airlines Pilot Scott Spires.

Lily Hilterbran won a drawing for a model airplane presented by PSA Airlines Pilot Scott Spires.


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Helke Elementary School third graders pose for a photo with representatives of PSA Airlines who visited as part of Helke’s Career Connections Program.


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VANDALIA — Employees of PSA Airlines visited Helke Elementary School third graders last week as part of the school’s Career Connections Program.

Pilot Scott Spires, Flight Attendant Darcy Drago, Mechanic Jordan Letner, and Customer Service Program Manager Chad Eshelman spoke to students about various careers at the airline.

“PSA airlines commitment to helping children learn about a variety of careers was evident with the amount of staff they brought to Helke,” said one third gradeteacher. “Each employee brought a unique perspective and showed the students the high level of teamwork necessary to make a business run.”

Lily Hilterbran won a drawing for a model airplane presented by PSA Airlines Pilot Scott Spires.
https://www.vandaliadrummernews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2018/02/web1_13.jpgLily Hilterbran won a drawing for a model airplane presented by PSA Airlines Pilot Scott Spires. Contributed photo

Helke Elementary School third graders pose for a photo with representatives of PSA Airlines who visited as part of Helke’s Career Connections Program.
https://www.vandaliadrummernews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2018/02/web1_16.jpgHelke Elementary School third graders pose for a photo with representatives of PSA Airlines who visited as part of Helke’s Career Connections Program. Contributed photo