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Fun When the Sun Goes Down - Electric Fly-In Saturday, September 7, 2019

The Kishwaukee RC Flyers cordially invite all 2019 OPEN AMA members to join them at a very informal Fun When the Sun Goes Down - Electric Fly-In on Saturday evening, September 7, 2019

Cost of the event - zero, zilch, nada, nothing

Aircraft invited - all electric aircraft suitably equipped with lights to fly 'in the dark'

All pilots must have a valid 2019 OPEN AMA membership to fly at this event.

Where will the event take place: Nelson Field - Home of The Kishwaukee RC Flyers - GOOGLE LOCATION IS 24765 Schafer Rd (this is in Clare, IL)

Breakfast Schedule for 2019 - next breakfast Wednesday, September 4 at Grubsteakers

To all Kishwaukee RC Flyers, spouses/significant others and friends...

The breakfast attendees voted to schedule monthly and bi-monthly breakfasts the first and third Wednesday of each month, breakfast orders will be taken at 9 AM.

Build Your Own First Aid Kit

I recently read a great article on Flying Giants by Jim Graham regarding putting together a first aid kit to have on hand at the field......below are the details on what's in it as well as a link to the original article....a big thanks to Jim:

Next Club Meeting September 18, 2019 at DeKalb Elks Club

Just a reminder that our next Club meeting will be Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at the DeKalb Elks Club.

Meeting time will start promptly at 7:00 pm

Items to be discussed include:

Saturday, September 21, 2019 - Fun Fly - Last One for 2019

Indoor E-Fly In Season at Hinckley-Big Rock High School Gyms

Hope to see you there

Bill

CLUB PICNIC ROUNDUP

TO ALL...

Mother Nature made up for the terrible year she's been handing us when it comes to flying...IN A BIG, BIG WAY TODAY!

We couldn't have asked for a better day to show our gratitude to our friends and neighbors, and to honor our past President Bud Trapp.

The burgers and dogs were cooked to perfection by Master Chef Ron S, and when you add in the fixings, salads, desserts, soda, water, chips, etc. no one could say there wasn't anything to eat. Thanks to the folks who made the homemade dishes to pass, they all went over well.

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