Estrella Warbirds to host Nancy Rose, archaeologist and aviator

Aviator Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific Ocean on her way to Howland Island from Papua New Guinea on July 2, 1937 at the age of 39. (Contributed photo)

Presentation will focus on an expedition search of Amelia Earhart

PASO ROBLES — Paso Robles resident Nancy Farrell Rose will speak about her participation in the archaeological expedition to find famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart at the next Estrella Warbirds Museum Dinner on March 6.
Rose is the president of Cultural Resource Management Services (CRMS), a small women-owned corporation based in Paso Robles. CRMS provides archaeological, historical and ethnographic research services for federal, state, local municipalities and clients primarily in California, Hawaii, and Micronesia.
Prior to the founding of CRMS in 1985, she worked as an archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management, the Corps of Engineers, Cal Trans, San Bernadino County Museum and private environmental consulting firms. Rose is a graduate of UCLA and a licensed pilot. Rose has long been a fan of pioneer female aviators, including Amelia Earhart.
The public is invited to attend and reservations are a must. Dinner is $20 with a no-host bar. To make a reservation, call 805-296-1935. Reservations must be made before noon on Monday, March 4. Doors open on Wednesday, March 6 at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m.


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