Welcomed Mason Andrews Home

Welcomed Mason Andrews home as he returned from his record setting journey around the globe.

Welcomed Mason Andrews Home

Jimbo and Faith were at the Monroe Regional Airport along with Mason Andrews' parents, Jeb and Nancy Andrews, and lots of fans, friends, family, dignitaries and MedCamps of Louisiana campers, to welcome Mason home as he returned from his record setting journey around the globe on Saturday. Mason also set a record as the youngest pilot, at age 18 years and 163 days, to cross the Atlantic and Pacific oceans solo. John James, one of Mason's MedCamps campers, was there for the special event. Mason has worked at MedCamps for three years and used the trip to help raise funds for the free summer camps for children with developmental and physical disabilities.

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