EAA Chapter 180
EAA180 enjoys getting together with its membership and encouraging the public to join with us in some social events to socialize about "things aviation". After all, it is our passion for aviation that we want to share with everyone, especially youth.
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October 2015 Monthly Meeting
Join us on Wednesday, October 28, 2015
7 pm at:
6055 Airport Auditorium Ln, Sarasota, FL 34243
Bring your friends for fellowship with a passion for aviation.
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From the Young Eagles coordinator:
September 2015 Young Eagles Day Report
Saturday, September 19, was EAA180's monthly Young Eagles Day. Lou and Dawna always put on a good breakfast and I hear this one was no exception.
The weather was acceptable, but pilots reported a low ceiling. They still made it happen, safely.
Pilots Jeff Walston (C-172SP), George Dahlbeck (Cirrus SR-22), Ryan McFadden (PA-28 180C), Ric Romanoff (RV-12), and Benjamin Siff (Grumman Tiger) flew the day's missions. Great job! Thank you all.
Thank you to our ground personnel: Shirley Mandarino, Michael Foust, Jeff Claridge, Jim Faix, Tom Maxfield, Ken Barbalato, and Scott Shevin. We appreciate you all!
You all logged in 31 Yes! We had a big response from the article in "The Ticket".
Welcome again New member Ron Shenkman to Chapter 180!
***New start time schedule***
Starting in July, breakfast now begins at 0900- same as flying. Safe Flying!
Our next Young Eagles Day is Saturday, October 17, 2015. That's the 3rd Saturday, as usual. With school back in session, I'm guessing we'll be getting busier again.
And some more news... it "pays" to be a Young Eagle pilot. EAA180 member and YE pilot Jim Faix (C-172) recently received a call from EAA headquarters. Seems he won a quarterly drawing of participating YE pilots (no, he didn't enter any contests) and was awarded (just for being a YE pilot) a Lightspeed Zulu headset. Yes, the set that retails for $900 at Sporty's!! Congratulations, Jim! And Thank you for being a volunteer YE pilot with Chapter 180.
EAA member pilots with aircraft and ground ops personnel are always needed to assist with our Young Eagles program held every 3rd Saturday of each month. I'll post more info as needed.
Please call Chip Miller with your offer to assist the Young Eagles program.
Come fly with us. We're changing kids' lives.
EAA Chapter 180: Active Camaraderie Ongoing for Nearly 50 Years!
Welcome to our world of aviation, and we encourage you to join with us in appreciating all the aspects of aviation.
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