4 tables missing..!!

We had ‘standing room only’ at our last member meeting, because someone borrowed 4 of our folding tables.

Our inventory of assets lists 9 tables. there are 5 in the hangar.

If you know who has these table, please let Jim know.

2017 Lincoln Airfest Ground Team request.

Please note that the Airfest is now a 2 day event as the Sunday STOL activity is cancelled.

However we still need 10-15 more ground crew folks.

Part of our chapter charter is to support aviation events, especially those at Lincoln!

If you can work even a few hours, please reply to Jim.

Member meeting, Wednesday, 4/19, 18:00, Hangar S-12

The April member meeting will be on Wednesday , 4/19 at our hangar, S-12.

Dinner at 18:00, presentation at about 19:00.

Scott Thompson will present; “The Nuts and Bolts of Instrument Approaches” and will cover the background of how IFR instrument approaches are developed and maintained by the FAA, and how GPS, navigation aids, and ATC are used to support them.

Thanks to those who voted on our survey on the member meeting day.

The vote was 50-50 for Wednesday vs Saturday.

Beale AFB AeroClub Monthly Safety Meeting

Beale AFB AeroClub Monthly Safety Meeting
Topic: Safety Quiz, Operations update, Safety topic/ video, FAASTeam WINGS Topic of the Month, NTSB reports,
On Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 09:00 Pacific Daylight Time
Location:
Caltrans Dist #3 office, Marysville
703 B St. Marysville, CA
Caltrans Dist #3 office
Marysville, CA 95901

Select Number:
WP2575575

Description:
This is the monthly Beale Aero Club Safety Meeting.

This meeting is open to all civilian pilots and the general public

Not a Pilot ? Learn to Fly with the Beale Aero Club.

To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.

Auburn chapter meeting this evening

The Auburn Chapter would like to invite us to their April meeting tonight, Wednesday, April 12, 19:00 at KAUN. Below is the Agenda.

Soaring: The Story of Motorless Flight from the Earliest Gliders to Modern Sailplanes.

  • What attracts pilots to motorless flight?
  • When does a ‘glider’ become a ‘sailplane’?
  • What are the advantages of pursuing soaring?
  • What steps lead to earning an add-on glider rating?
  • Soaring vs Motoring: Can you have the best of both worlds?
  • What if I want to build a motorglider?
  • The soaring pilot’s motto is revealed.

Biography
For Tom Camilli, flying seems to be part of his DNA. Reared on episodes of Sky King, Whirlybirds and WWII flying movies, Mr Camilli soloed on his third birthday (in an orange crate “airplane” constructed by his uncle) and earned his pilot’s license before he was old enough to shave.

As with many aviators, real life and family obligations caused him to set aside his flight bag. But after a 40 year career as an educator, author and workshop presenter, he returned to the cockpit to tackle the challenge of learning motorless flight.

As a member of almost every acronymed organization associated with flying, he is an avid supporter of general aviation. He and his pilot-spouse reside in South Auburn.

Flying Companion Seminar

Flying Companion Seminar
Topic: Information for non-pilot right-seaters
On Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 08:30 Pacific Daylight Time
Location:
Sacramento Executive Airport
6151 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95822

Select Number:
WP2575517

Description:
For any right-seater who wants to know more about the airplane, flight planning, radios, weather, airport traffic patterns, and more in an informal atmosphere where questions are welcomed.

To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.