Come out to the EAA hangar at the Lincoln Airport on Saturday morning (December 7th) for a pancake breakfast and an aviation movie and some good hangar flying.
This month we’ll be watching “Tora! Tora! Tora!” as it’s Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
All are welcome for our (suggested) $5.00 breakfast that will be served from 08:00 until 09:30. That’s right, last pancakes on the griddle at 09:30 so come early and often for a fun, relaxing morning.
This is probably your last chance to get tickets for the holiday party!
Topic: IMC Topics Are Taken From Real Life Events and Discussed to Aid the Decision Making Process for Pilots.
On Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time
Lincoln Regional Airport, KLHM, Hangar S-12
Lincoln, CA 95648
This is an audience participation event. After a brief Audio/Video presentation we ask “What Would You Do”? Everyone is encouraged to join in the discussion. Videos depicting actual flights that encountered challenges are chosen from a library provided by EAA . Pilots of all skill levels are encouraged to attend. Click the link below for more information and to register TODAY.
To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.
Topic: VMC & IMC Topics Are Taken From Real Life Events and Discussed to Aid the Decision Making Process for Pilots.
On Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 19:00 Pacific Standard Time
3483 AIRPORT ROAD
EAA CHAPTER 512, QUONSET HANGAR
Placerville, CA 95667
This is an audience participation event. After a brief Audio/Video presentation we ask “What Would You Do”? Everyone is encouraged to join in the discussion. Subjects are normally provided by EAA. Pilots of all skill levels are encouraged to attend. Click the link below for more information and to register TODAY.
To view further details and registration information for this seminar, click here.
Our next membership meeting is Wednesday, November 20th, beginning at 18:00 at Cattlemens Restaurant, 2000 Taylor Road, Roseville.
Dinner is optional but available. Cost is $24 prepaid at the door to our chapter (cash, check, debit, credit)…then we pay the restaurant bill. Menu choices are:
- Top Sirloin Steak: A flavorful 8oz sirloin steak aged to perfection
- Lemon Herb Chicken: Chicken breast basted with our fat free lemon herb
- Grilled Salmon: A thick cut boneless filet, broiled to perfection, served with dill sauce and lemon
- Pasta Ravioli: Vegetarian ravioli served with a seasonal sauce
“The Fixings” are included with each entrée: baked potato, All-you-can-eat salad, Ranch-style Beans, Sourdough bread, coffee, soda and tea.
This month’s program (postponed from our October meeting) will be a presentation by our chapter’s own Mike Lagomarsino on his decades long service
working at the McClellan Air Depot back when it was a huge USAF operation performing heavy maintenance, modifications, and overhauls of the operational Air Force fleet of aircraft. We’re looking forward to hearing Mike’s personal account of working at the depot from 1966 to 1999, very busy years at KMCC.
Also on the agenda for Wednesday: as a chapter, we have the opportunity to endorse the chapter leadership for the 2020-2021 term.
The three officer positions and the candidates:
- President: Vacant
- Vice President: Darren Coomler
- Secretary/Treasurer: Jim Hughes
The chapter board of director candidates:
- Cheryl Andrade
- John House
- Mike Lagomarsino
- Dan Masys
- Ray McNaught
- Bruce Robinson
- Scott Thompson
- Scott Whelan
We are also beginning the process of collecting 2020 chapter membership dues: $20 for renewal; $25 for new members (pays for name badge); $30 to renew family membership; $35 for new family membership; $300 for Gold Membership (ask about this if you have an interest in this sustaining membership).
Please come out and enjoy an evening with your fellow chapter members. Guests and family members are always welcome also.
Our Holiday Party is set for Wednesday, December 11, beginning at 6 pm at Cattlemens Restaurant, 2000 Taylor Road, Roseville.
Tickets are available for purchase now at $45 per person. The tickets include dinner selected by each individual… no need to select early as orders will be taken at the table but here is the menu offering:
- Prime Rib 12oz: Slow roasted for 16 hours to achieve perfect tenderness and flavor. Served with au jus and our special horseradish sauce.
- Rustler Rib Eye Steak: A tender, juicy, and flavorful 14oz boneless cut topped with tumbleweed onions.
- Grilled Atlantic Salmon: A thick cut boneless filet, broiled to perfection, served with dill sauce and lemon.
- Lemon Herb Chicken: Charbroiled skinless breast basted with our fat free lemon herb marinade.
- Pasta Ravioli: Vegetarian ravioli served with a seasonal sauce.
“The Fixings” are included with each entrée: Baked Potato, Seasonal Vegetable, All-you-can-eat salad, Ranch-style beans, Sourdough bread, coffee and tea.
A No-Host Bar will be available for other drinks besides the coffee and tea.
This year we will have a Silent Auction as well as a Raffle with tickets available for purchase. Also, each dinner ticket will make you eligible for our Door Prize for the evening. We’ll have an evening of social time and fun stuff, so please mark your calendar and plan on coming out. Tickets are available from any board member by paying with cash or check. At our November member meeting, we will be selling tickets and at that time you can also pay using a debit or credit card.
All proceeds above and beyond the chapter’s costs will go directly into the Richard and Susan Bristow Memorial Scholarship Fund and will be used to send two youths to EAA Air Academy and other sponsorship or scholarship opportunities.
Any questions, please email us.
Buy your tickets early and often. We hope to see you there.
You may have seen the Chinook helicopter out at KLHM in the last month. Helimax was approved to use our ramp for testing. They are trying to get a proprietary internal water tank tested and FAA approved. They use a City of Lincoln water hydrant meter to fill the tank. As the area they were using is unavailable to them now since the airport is starting construction on the new above ground fuel tanks, they’re now be utilizing the West side of the field on the old runway near the only fire hydrant water source out there.
Please use caution if you have to access that area during helicopter operations.
Our EAA Chapter Holiday Party is shaping up nicely as we put together the final plans for the Wednesday, December 11, evening at Cattlemen’s Restaurant in Roseville.
Though our intent is to have a fun evening sharing with our fellow chapter members, friends, and families, our chapter leadership also sees the evening as an opportunity to raise money to support our scholarship fund. Toward that end, we are asking all chapter members to consider if they have contacts or ability to secure donated items for the raffle and silent auction to be held during the party. We have a growing list of some significant things that we will offer, but we are in need of some more substantial and attractive items to add to our raffle and silent auction.
If you are in a position to go to a local business with which you have a special relationship, or if your employer might consider donating something, please pursue that avenue. These items are tax deductible to the donors…we have the paperwork that we can provide to document the gifts.
Items do not have to be aviation-related – hard to believe but there are other interests out there too. Please, if you are able to secure any items, email our chapter to let us know and plan on bringing these items to either the BBQ Lunch Saturday or the Member Meeting on November 20. We will provide information about the donors during the evening to acknowledge their help in our fundraising.
Let’s have a good time and do some good at the same time. We will use all, as in 100%, of the funds raised to increase our youth sponsorship and scholarship opportunities.
Our EAA Hangar work is nearing completion and we are ready to find a second tenant for the hangar to help offset our rental cost. We are looking for a tenant who wants to share space with an EAA Chapter and a Piper Warrior, so some flexibility is needed. Can’t be too big of an airplane, we are sharing here, and we will need to move the airplane in and out of the hangar, carefully, to accommodate our chapter needs.
Rent will be $250 per month and we could also accept a airplane project if the space needed is compact. Please email our chapter if you are interested. Chapter members have priority here, but spread the word too because we would like to get the space rented.
Realistically, we are talking RV size or smaller, perhaps a light sport?
We are happy to announce that the EAA Chapter 1541 Holiday Party is set for Wednesday, December 11th, at Cattlemens in Roseville. We will start the evening at 18:00.
We are planning a silent auction as a fundraiser for our Richard and Susan Bristow Memorial Scholarship Program. This chapter program is funding sponsorships of young people to the EAA Air Academy at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, plus providing other scholarship and sponsorship opportunities.
We are still in the planning stages but we expect to also have a raffle and door prizes.
Tickets will be on sale shortly from any chapter board member. A board member can be easily identified as any person walking around with Holiday Party tickets in their hands offering them for sale.
Tickets will be available for purchase at any EAA 1541 event. We will accept cash (American), checks made out to EAA Chapter 1541, or Debit/Credit cards. You do not have to make a menu selection until your arrival at the Holiday Party.
Our November BBQ Lunch and Program on Saturday 9th will feature our famous BBQ Lunch with all the fixins ($6.00 donation) starting at 11:00. At 12:00, we’ll be having a talk about Foreflight from our very own Bruce Estes.