Movie Night at the ARC - The World's Fastest Indian - Saturday March 29th
Movie Night at the ARC resumes on Saturday March 29th.
The life story of New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years building a 1920 Indian motorcycle -- a bike which helped him set the land-speed world record at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967. Staring Anthony Hopkins. For more information see: IMDB.
Pot Luck BBQ: 6pm
(Please bring a side dish or dessert to share)
The Chapter will supply meat and drinks
First Young Eagle Rally of the Season - April 12th, 2014!
Please join us when we take flight again April 12th.
Young Eagle Registration opens: 9am
Boy Scout Aviation Merit Badge: 9am - Noon
For more information on the Young Eagles program, please visit our Young Eagles page.
If you are interested in attending the Boy Scout Aviation Merit Badge, please contact Miss Laura at email@example.com. Registration is not required but encouraged so we have enough materials. Please visit the Aviation Merit Badge page for information on what to bring.
Chapter 32 Movie Nights
Chapter 32 will again host Movie Nights beginning the last Saturday in March. Here is the tentative list of dates and movies:
March 29 - Worlds Fastest Indian
April 26- The Arrow
May 31- 7 Days, 6 Nights
June 28- The Longest Day (In honor of 70 years, June 6, 1944
July - No movie due to AirVenture
August 30- The Right Stuff
September 27- Flight of The Phoenix
October 25 - The Hunters
Doors open: 5:30pm Pot Luck dinner: 6pm
Chapter will provide the meat and soda/water. All participants are encourage to bring a side dish or dessert. Previews/Movie: 7pm
We are hoping to set up a fabric covering seminar or classes later this year. Due to material cost and preparation items we may have to charge a small fee to cover items such as frames to cover and materials. I would like to keep this no more than $20-$30 for members. It should include basic covering as well as rib stitching. Fellow chapter members will teach this. How many people would be interested? Please contact a chapter officer.
We have a number of members who are proficient at MIG and to some degree TIG welding. Please contact Don Doherty on helping with other members learning to weld.
Volunteers are needed to help grass cutting once a month. During active growing season the grass needs to be cut once a week. During the dry season this sometimes drops to every two to three weeks. Volunteers need to be checked out on the mower. Cutting time takes about 1.5-2 hrs. Right now we have 2 or three people and need a couple more that are reliable. I would like to spend some of my weekends flying instead of cutting the ARC grass. Please contact Don Doherty.
Upcoming Area Events
"Check-rid-itis" Flying Safety Seminar
February 20th, 7pm
St. Louis Downtown Airport Firehouse
6100 Archview Drive
East St. Louis, IL
This seminar discusses how pilots at all skill levels can
develop a personal set of self-improvement practices making them immune to the
periodic stress induced from cramming for check-ride preparation.
We need some new pictures of Member's Projects. Even if you haven't completed a whole lot on your project, send some new pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAA Chapter 32 Members Save $$$ at St. Charles Flying Service
St. Charles Flying Service has decided to encourage pilots to get involved in the many great aviation organizations and groups here in the St. Louis Metro area. It is in this "Spirit of St. Louis" that we would like to announce the following promotion:
New Members: When you step up and join one of the listed organizations (EAA 32, MO Pilots, Woman with Wings, St. Louis 99s, CAF, CAP, STL Flight Instructors), bring in your paid dues receipt/membership information to St. Charles Flying Service for the following one-time special offer:
Renters: 10% off your next rental. Owners: $.25/gallon off your next fuel purchase. Existing Members: Show your current membership card anytime for the following discounts:
Renters: 10% off pilot supplies. Owners: $.20/gallon off fuel purchase.
Call 636-946-6066 for details.
What is the Orange button?
The orange button signifies and RSS feed. You can now receive the Chapter 32 Newsletter via RSS. RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication. It’s like subscribing to a magazine. Every time a new magazine is available, you receive it in your mail box. RSS is the same thing, but with digital files. When you subscribe to a feed, the newest files will appear in your feed reader. A feed reader reads the RSS feeds. It can be your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari), a web-based Feed Reader (My Yahoo) or your email client (Microsoft Outlook). You can even have these feeds sent to your mobile phone. See more information.
The updated Membership Roster is now available on the Member's Only web page. Please check out your information, especially your phone or email address. If you need to make a correction, please contact Jim Bower at email@example.com and he will correct that in the database for the next printing.
2 plus full sets blueprints, original BD4 builder’s
guide, 27 newsletters from Roger Mellema, BD4
PRICE IS NEGOTIABLE
Contact: Bob Reynolds at 636.634.1700 See Flyer
I have a pristine Continental A-65-8A for sale. 200 hours since major. Chrome cylinders, chrome valve covers, new wiring harness, full intake, carb and exhaust with carb heat and cabin heat muffs. Mounted on included engine stand. Includes extras, package of new valve cover gaskets and a bag full of new copper plug gaskets.
No data plate. No Logs. Mount and fly.
Airplane is Zenair Zodiac CH601 HDS. The S stands for tapered speed wing. It’s a 2 place side-by-side, all metal, low wing tail dragger. It is a kit fabricated in Mexico, Mo. It use’s appr. 8500 aircraft quality 1/8 and 3/16 pop rivets for construction. All welding and bending has been done at the factory. Kit included all parts except engine, instruments, engine cowling and upholstery. Construction is appr. 50% complete. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want to see the aircraft.
Chapter 32 meets the 3rd Saturday of the month at the Aviation Resource Center at St. Charles County Airport / Smartt Field (KSET). General Meeting at 10am and presentation to follow. (Except July and December)
If you are a new member, check out the New Members section, for meeting information, membership application, link to join EAA national, and more. The Membership Committee will be contacting you to give you Membership Packet and Chapter 32 T-Shirt.
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