EAA Chapter 180
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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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Monthly Meeting Program
2014-09-24 Three Crashes - Members' Experiences - Lessons Learned: Lyle Peters- Ultralight, Pete Makowski - CT Flight Design, and Wells Berry - Sonex
Oh my gosh !
What's happening ?
Now what do I do ! ? !
Our three speakers have each been through this experience in which with good piloting they lived to tell the stories of their crashes.
Come prepared with questions you always wanted answers to as you envision what might run through you own mind in crash situations.
Remember, as Bob Hoover tells it, "Fly the plane 'till it is stopped"
We are so happy that these Chapter members were good pilots and survived their crashes without serious injury or death, and are here to tell us about what they learned from their experiences. Plus, they will tell you the root causes of their crashes.
This is your evening to join with us and ask all the questions you've always wanted answers to.
We welcome all visitors and aviation enthusiasts. Bring your friends for fellowship with a passion for aviation. The meeting starts at 7:00pm on Wednesday evening, 24Sept2014.
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From the Young Eagles coordinator:
Saturday, Sept. 20 was EAA180's monthly Young Eagles Day. Lou and Dawna's Pancake B'fast went off without a hitch, but morning rain led to my decision to scrub the YE flying mission. We'll hope for clearer skies next month.
"Thank You" to our pilots Jeff Walston, Jim Faix, and Greg Lewis for being there and ready to get their airplanes and fly. Larry Kraujalis' Cherokee experienced mechanical issues which prevented his planned participation. Thank you anyway, Larry, for stepping up.
And "Thank You" to our ground crew volunteers Alan Cate, Mike Foust, Tom Maxfield, Charles Geisler, and Ron Shenkman for being ready, willing, and able to handle the challenging ground ops. We had a large response from local foster families who were disappointed about the cancellation, but understood our concern for their safety, the questionable weather, and the intent and quality of the event. They're all invited back for the Young Eagles Day on the 3rd Saturday in October.
Best to all,
EAA member pilots with aircraft, ground ops personnel, and escorts are always needed to assist with our Young Eagles program held every 3rd Saturday of each month.
Please call Chip Miller with your offer to assist the Young Eagles program.
Join 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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