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About the Whirly-Girls
Whirly-Girls International advances women in helicopter aviation by assisting pilots in obtaining primary and advanced ratings through the award of scholarships, mentoring, public appearances, networking opportunities and other public awareness efforts. The Scholarship Fund, raised by the Whirly-Girls and its auxiliaries, administers many separate scholarships currently valued at more than $45,000.
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