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The first annual 2015 DroneFest, set to go at Antelope Lake in July, has undergone some big changes in these last few weeks.
DroneFest, the brainchild of Gull Lake resident Craig Baird, won’t be having the airshow this year, as originally planned.
“When we looked at all the costs we were going to incur for insurance, tents, security and other things, we decided to scale it back this year,” said Baird.
“Like I told the DroneFest committee, just because we scale back this year doesn’t mean we won’t get big. Think about Comic-Con. That started with a few guys in a hotel conference room. Now look at it.”
Baird first thought of DroneFest, which was originally supposed to feature numerous drones in an airshow, last year during Communities In Bloom judging.
“One of the judges got talking with me, and he mentioned he had a drone…
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