Young Eagles Rallies for 2015 are: May 9, June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12, and October 10th, 2015.
Registration: 9am - Noon
The weather looks like it may cooperate for Saturday morning. If you have any questions, please call 636-250-4257 after 8am.
All flights are determined by the weather conditions and availability of pilots. Registration forms are available the morning of the Rally. A parent or legal guardian must sign the form before the child can fly. If a parent or legal guardian is not able to attend, please contact the Young Eagles Coordinator at email@example.com at least 2 weeks prior to the event and he will mail you a form. The forms must be original and can not be emailed or faxed. Please remember to include your mailing address with the request.
Boy Scout Aviation Merit Badge May 9, 2015
NOTE: The May 9th Boy Scout Aviation Merit Badge is Full! Please join us another month.
The Aviation Merit Badge: 9am and should last about 3 hours. Boy Scout Aviation Merit Badge Session will be presented rain or shine!
NEW: If your scout is interested in attending the Aviation Merit Badge session, please fill out this form: http://goo.gl/forms/0FNkeEyZGA. Space is limited. This information will not be shared with any other parties. It is only for the purpose of recording attendees and emergency contact information. If you scout is unable to attend, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with his name and date he was expected to attend.
Place: Aviation Resource Center - 6410 Grafton Ferry Road, Portage des Sioux MO
Presentation: Mr. Ron Burnett will discuss his flying career with the Marines, where he flew A-4’s, and also his tenure as a Flight Captain with the airlines. Ron has also constructed a beautiful RV-6A, and he owns a shiny polished Luscombe which many of you have seen flying Young Eagles on a regular basis.
Movie Night - Saturday, May 30th - THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS
Biography of Charles Lindbergh from his days of precarious mail runs in aviation's infancy to his efforts to win the Orteig Prize and $25,000.00 for being the first to fly non-stop across the Atlantic from New York to Paris. The film documents some of the events of his past, and the design,testing, and historic flight across the Atlantic in 33 hr, 55 minutes in the Ryan NYP “Spirit of St. Louis”.
Staring: James Stewart
Release date: April 20, 1957
Director: Billy Wilder
Running time:115 minutes
Pot Luck Dinner: 6pm - 7pm Movie: 7pm
Chapter 32 will provide the meat and drinks. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share.
We are hoping to set up a fabric covering seminar or classes later this year. Due to material cost and preparation items we may have to charge a small fee to cover items such as frames to cover and materials. I would like to keep this no more than $20-$30 for members. It should include basic covering as well as rib stitching. Fellow chapter members will teach this. How many people would be interested? Please contact a chapter officer.
We have a number of members who are proficient at MIG and to some degree TIG welding. Please contact Don Doherty on helping with other members learning to weld.
Volunteers are needed to help grass cutting once a month. During active growing season the grass needs to be cut once a week. During the dry season this sometimes drops to every two to three weeks. Volunteers need to be checked out on the mower. Cutting time takes about 1.5-2 hrs. Right now we have 2 or three people and need a couple more that are reliable. I would like to spend some of my weekends flying instead of cutting the ARC grass. Please contact Don Doherty.
Upcoming Area Events
Midwest Aviation Conference & Trade Show
Moving from January to Spring. No details of dates or location available at this time. See their webpage for future details: http://macts.org/
We need some new pictures of Member's Projects. Even if you haven't completed a whole lot on your project, send some new pictures to email@example.com.
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The updated Membership Roster is now available on the Member's Only web page. Please check out your information, especially your phone or email address. If you need to make a correction, please contact Jim Bower at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will correct that in the database for the next printing.
FOR SALE - 1/3 Share of Cessna 172
1979 Cessna Skyhawk
Hangar at KSET, Engine O-320 D2J 1500 SMOH,; Airframe 3500 TT; Apollo GX-55 GPS; Dual Narco Comm & Nav with glide slope; ADF; Mode C transponder; Strobes; Audio panel with marker beacon receiver; Four place intercom; Vertial card compass;
Chapter 32 meets the 3rd Saturday of the month at the Aviation Resource Center at St. Charles County Airport / Smartt Field (KSET). General Meeting at 10am and presentation to follow. (Except July and December)
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