Terrell Municipal Airport Events
Lead Like Churchill
Hear keynote speaker Jonathan Sandys, the great-grandson
of Britain’s wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill,
discuss Churchill’s Foundational Leadership.
We all have the capacity to Lead Like Churchill, with courage,
faith and integrity; we just need to understand the skills to
draw the path to success. Sandys will share personal stories
and powerful lessons from Churchill’s legendary life.
Join us for the conversation and learn how to improve your leadership
Friday, March 24
Terrell High School Auditorium
Open to the public
Questions: email email@example.com
or contact Talana Morris at 214-744-6188
“…never give in, never,
never, never, never—in nothing,
great or small, large or petty—
never give in except to convictions
of honour and good sense.” –Sir Winston
About Jonathan Sandys:
Sandys, the great-grandson of Britain’s wartime Prime
Minister Sir Winston Churchill, is an international public speaker
on the life, times and leadership of his illustrious relative
and the impact Sir Winston still has on the world today. His
book, God & Churchill, reveals compelling evidence that
Churchill was correct in his belief that his life, like many
others, had been protected and guided by, as he put it, ‘Divine
intervention.’ Jonathan’s mission is to continue
the amazing legacy Sir Winston left the world, and work with
present and future generations to inspire the great leadership
of courage, faith and integrity employed by his great-grandfather
throughout his tumultuous life.
“History honours my great-grandfather as a hero, but
despite the accolade, the world today has forgotten many of
the vital lessons he taught and the prophetic warnings he shared.”
The legacy of Sir Winston Churchill and the Second World War
is legendary, but most are unaware of the many struggles Churchill
faced and overcame in every stage of life. Over his fifty-year
political career, Churchill was ostracized by colleagues who
called him a crank and he was rejected by many who he had once
considered friends. With courage and faith, he stood for what
he believed in. With integrity, he truly represented the people
who had elected him. Churchill’s courageous determination
enabled the British to stand firm against Hitler and the Nazis,
even when France surrendered and Britain stood alone. The example
of Sir Winston Churchill is a legacy of success in the face
of failure. It proudly stands as a demonstration of how one
man’s courageous determination, faithful leadership, and
steadfast integrity in the face of defeat changed the world.
With stories both familiar and some known only to family, Sir
Winston Churchill comes alive again through the vibrant words
of his great-grandson. Jonathan tailors each speech to his audience,
including fascinating insights and lessons from Churchill’s
early life, his military and political career, his private family
life, and of course, his unparalleled wit and wisdom. Jonathan’s
energy, enthusiasm and extensive knowledge of his great-grandfather
has helped influence the lives of many business leaders, teachers,
ministry professionals and students.
“My great-grandfather inspired others through the power
of his words, it is my greatest ambition to do likewise and
in doing so, pass on the greatest gift any human being can possess;
Learn more about Jonathan Sandys at www.leadlikechurchill.org.
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ninth annual Flights of Our Fathers Fly In,
benefiting the No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum,
was held on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at the Terrell Municipal
Airport (KTRL), just north of IH 20 on SH 34.
It included a salute to veterans of all branches
of the services, recognized the honor and valor of our fallen
service men and women, and the ultimate sacrifice of five young
men from the City of Terrell.
The annual event draws thousands of aviation enthusiasts, local
and regional residents to enjoy a full day of events and attractions.
There are activities and events for all ages.
Past Years Pictures
No. 1 BFTS Museum web site: http://www.bftsmuseum.org/
The No. 1 British Flying School Museum is a popular
destination for World War II history buffs, aviation enthusiasts,
and veterans. During World War II thousands of British pilots
learned to fly in the United States. The first and largest of
the schools was in Terrell.
No. 1 British Flying Training School
Museum - Terrell Municipal Airport.
Open Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Other
times by appointment.
119 Silent Wings Blvd, Terrell, TX 75160 972-524-1714
Photo courtesy of the No. 1 British Flying Training
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