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Exchange of flight controls-PARTY
November 1 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Friday nov 1 about 4-7 Exchange of flight controls-PARTY
At Ponderosa building
It’s a big day at Ponderosa– Janna is handing the controls to Dave as general manager of the club. To mark this big day what better excuse to have a party? Come celebrate Janna’s new flying job and Dave’s enthusiasm for the club with pizza, paper planes, movie and plane rides. What? Plane rides?
Yeah, in the spirit of the club a few generous active club members are offering to do short flights to get brand new or inactive club members back in the air. (of course, good airplane etiquette says you should offer to pay for part of the flight.) Want to go for a flight or offer to fly? Please let us know or write your name on the sign up sheet on the bulletin board in the building.
Don’t forget, two days before the party is an enrichment opportunity.
What’s a 100hr inspection anyway?
Wednesday, October 30th 6pm
Airframe and Powerplant (A&P, IA) mechanic Trevor Davidson has been doing much of the work on the club planes for several years. He has offered to do a show and tell for club members to share what a 100 hour inspection require. Why do we do them? Why do they take so long? How can you help the mechanic? What should you squawk when you are renting
-and more importantly, when should you not fly an airplane. I hope you can join us at this very informative informal program. Hopefully we can time the event when an airplane is actually in for a 100hr