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September Chapter Meeting

Wednesday September 7, 2022 7:00 pm

Dinner at 6:00 pm

Dinner Menu: Hamburgers and Hot Dogs, baked beans and Super Salad. Desert will be Fiddle Faddle ($7 donation).

Evening Program:

EAA 124 will continue in-person meetings on-site under the current Covid 19 rules and common sense.

Presentation:
Brian Seely will bring us up to date about recent developments regarding ultra-quiet aircraft.

 

September Board Meeting

Wednesday September 7, 2022
Location:
* Pre-arranged time at the hangar before dinner *


 


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EAA 124 Chapter Meeting
- Wednesday, October 5 - Dinner at 6:00 pm - In Person at HQ -

** Upcoming Aviation Events **
Girls in Aviation Young Eagles Event - Saturday, September 24, 2022
 
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*** BIG EVENT ***

Girls in Aviation - Young Eagles Flights, Fly-In and EAA Chapter 124 Open House!

Saturday September 24, 9 am - 2 pm
Includes the following booths and options

  • Food Truck and Sweets and Treat stand
  • Static display aircraft from PCAM, Helico, and private individuals
  • North Coast Aviation
  • Wine Country Flyers (model aircraft club)
  • Civil Air Patrol, Helico, and many more
  • Chapter 124 Model Wind Tunnel
  • Sheetmetal Riveting Demonstrations
  • Various speakers and presentations

The Young Eagles portion of the event has over 20 pilots participating. There will be an ongoing ‘groundschool’ in the main hangar with John Whitehouse including his RV aircraft as backdrop and a teaching aid.

Special Thanks to the Sonoma County Airport, North Coast Aviation, Sonoma Jet Center, and the Pacific Coast Air Museum for essential support.


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