EAA284 Chapter Meeting Nov 9 2014

EAA Chapter 284 will have its November Chapter Meeting on Sunday, November 9th, 2 PM at Red Stewart Airfield, Waynesville Ohio

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At this meeting we will at least discuss who are officers shall be for the coming year. If there is good attendance and general agreement we can establish our officers at this meeting. Otherwise we will do that in December. Continue reading

EAA284 Chapter Meeting October 12 2014

EAA Chapter 284 will hold its October 2014 chapter meeting on Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 3 PM 2 PM at the Red Stewart Airfield, Waynesville Ohio. Just a reminder that his is the weekend of the Waynesville Sauerkraut Festival, so you may find traffic on SR 73 and SR 42 a bit heavy.

This is also the time to think about officers for next year. If anyone has flow Young Eagles in the past month Bob Luken will have the forms and logbooks at the meeting.

EAA284 Chapter Meeting August 10 2014

EAA Chapter 284 will hold its August 2014 Chapter Meeting on Sunday, August 10, 2014 at 2 PM at Red Stewart Airfield. Our agenda will include reports from those who attended AirVenture.

We will also need to finalize plans for our Tail Dragger Fly In and Pancake Breakfast. It will be held on August 31st, Cleaning up the hanger will take place on Saturday, August 30th. We are a small chapter and need all members to participate in order to make this a successful event.

For active pilots please consider flying Young Eagles. The kids look forward to the YE flights and I would hate to disappoint them. Remember that if you are current in the 172 you can fly 3 kids at a time so the cost per YE is actually less than for the Cub or Champ. Frank Boensch from Chapter 382 usually comes down and flies for us in the Champ.

See everybody on Sunday.

Bob Luken