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EAA 9, Inc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
This year’s EAA Chapter 9 holiday dinner will be held Thursday December 7, 2017 at the 94th Aero Squadron starting at 6:30 pm
The 94th Aero Squadron is located at:
5030 Sawyer Rd.
Columbus, OH 43219
Following the dinner, the guest speakers will be Karen and Dennis McTaggart from the Wright Seaplane Base Inc giving a presentation on the Wright Brothers and their seaplane operations.
The cost to attend the dinner is $30.00 per person. Bring your spouse or significant others.
The dinner will include:
Rolls and butter and chef’s selection of desserts
Unlimited soda, coffee, or juice
The cold salad will be a choice of fresh garden salad or fresh fruit salad
The hot entrée will be a choice of chicken cordon bleu or meat lasagna
The accompaniments will be a choice of baked mac and cheese or baby red potatoes
The registration deadline for the dinner has already passed.
Our next meeting of the Columbus Chapter EAA/IMC Club is slated for December 13th at 7:00 pm at the Quest Conference Center (8405 Pulsar Place, Columbus, OH 43240).
At this meeting, a distinguished panel of Instrument instructors and aviators, including Tom Baxter, Alex Bettinger, Mike Carr, Paul Palmisciano, Kathy Samuelson, Mike Stretanski, and Dick Wetherald, will share their indelible IFR/IMC 'lessons.' I will serve as moderator for the panel.
Every flight provides the basis for a “lesson.” Some lessons are transitory; others leave an indelible impression as the “lesson” permanently changes the way we approach future flights. Our panel of distinguished instrument aviators and instructors will share their unforgettable experiences by detailing the circumstances of “their lesson,” stating how the lesson affected their future flights, and offering recommendations to incorporate into our standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure safer flight.
This program is an FAA Wings program to register and receive credit for the Wings program please click the following link: https://www.faasafety.gov/SPANS/event_details.aspx?eid=79748&caller=/SPANS/events/EventList.aspx?zip=43228&rad=100
Future dates for IMC meetings are:
January 24, 2018
February 28, 2018
March 28, 2018
April 25. 2018
May 23, 2018