Fellow Members –
Just a reminder that our next Member Meeting will be held this Sunday, May 22nd (Rain or Shine) at our hangar. As usual, I’ve scheduled a plane (9UL) to be cleaned. Washers please meet me by 10:30. A BBQ, featuring all the hangar talk you could want, will get fired up around noon. I hope to see you there!
Our next Member Meeting is on Sunday, August 2nd, complete with plane wash and BBQ! The plane washing will commence around 10 a.m., with the BBQ to follow around noon. Volunteers needed – for info, contact our Membership Officer.
Please feel welcome to bring potluck items to add to our lunch!
See you at the hangar!
Sunday, October 19 is our annual membership meeting and club BBQ: 12-4 at our hangar at the Old Tees. Join us for hangar talk, a BBQ, and the annual membership meeting!
We have scheduled N6605D from 10:30 – 12:00 in the hopes we can get get our Skyhawk washed. If you are available to help, please contact our membership officer.
See you Sunday!
Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s almost BBQ season!
Our first member meeting/BBQ of 2014 will be held at our hangar on Sunday, March 23rd. It will, of course, be preceded by a plane washing, commencing around 10:30am. Please contact our membership officer, Will Golden, for more info.
Mark your calendars! Our annual member’s meeting will take place at our clubhouse and hangar on Sunday, October 13th.
We’ll get started around 11-ish, with (of course) a plane wash. A BBQ will follow around 1-ish. Mai Maheigan of the Seabird Protection Network will speak about measures we can take to avoid conflict with our feathered brethren. We might have an Oakland Tower controller drop by; if not, Will Golden try to field your ATC questions. Last but not least, the members will vote for next year’s Board of Directors. Nominations are now open; if you’ve ever thought about volunteering as a Director, please contact the membership officer.
Back by popular demand is Thrice Around. Here’s how it works: You go around the pattern three times with a Club Instructor. The CFI is volunteering his/her time; you pay only for the aircraft (usually about .3 hours). Not only will you meet the 90-day requirement, you’ll most likely learn something useful during the free flight instruction. If interested please contact our Chief Pilot, Liz Sommers to schedule a slot.