Saturday, February 20, 2010
A number of members turned out today.
We have 41 paid members this year so far.
The Swift Fuel folks canceled today due to weather, there was ice and a report that Boilermaker field was going to close because of the weather.
They are scheduled to come down next week the 27th. Let's hope that works out.
on February 23th, 2010 – 8:00 AM
the MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF AVIATION COMMISSIONERS
will have a REGULAR SESSION meeting at the AIRPORT TERMINAL BUILDING
Agenda Approval of the minutes , Farm Contract, Non-Primary Entitlement Money, New Business, Old Business, Public Comment
March 6th, Larry Cunningham from the FAA will speak to the Chapter on an as yet unannounced topic, but initial discussions were related to Flight Service Stations, or Airport Security and General Aviation come out and have a donut and hear what Larry has to say.
Tim Sparks came out as an advance man for the Science Olympiad. If you have volunteered for this event in the past, you know it is fun and captivating to watch a couple kids fly their rubber band powered vehicles for up to 5 minutes on one winding. This year we will be helping with the
Helicopter duration flights http://soinc.org/sites/default/files/uploaded_files/HELICOPTER%20DURATION.pdf
the Wright Stuff http://soinc.org/wright_stuff_b
If you are interested in volunteering for the event, contact Tim Sparks, or reply to this email, and we will get you hooked up.
One of our former presidents, Al Vlasmann, brought in a box that had some good photos of Lee Root's Starduster Too before it was skinned, they are up on the blog, so check those pics out when you get a chance. http://eaa650.blogspot.com/2010/02/lee-root-photos.html
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