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NELSON FIELD STATUS - FULLY OPEN.....drive up, unload and FLY, FLY, FLY

TO ALL KISHWAUKEE RC FLYERS...

Based upon first hand checking while mowing today, NELSON FIELD IS NOW FULLY OPEN.....feel free to drive all the way up to the Shelter and beyond, unload your aircraft and FLY, FLY, FLY.

If anything changes your Club Officers will let you know.

Thanks for your cooperation

Bill H

May Club Meeting- Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at Rise and Shine Restaurant

To all....

Our next Kishwaukee RC Flyers Club meeting for 2022 will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2022

The location will be at the Rise and Shine Restaurant 1640 Dekalb Ave, Sycamore, IL 60178

The meeting will start promptly at 7:00 pm

It's recommended that you arrive at least 30 minutes early to get a seat, order some dinner and join in our
discussions on all matters related to having a great time as members of the Club!

See you there,

Bill

Monthly breakfast - Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at Rise and Shine Restaurant Sycamore IL

Master Breakfast organizer Elwin B invites one and all to our monthly and bimonthly Breakfasts.
These are not Club functions, but Club members, spouses, friends, acquaintances are all invited to share a meal and great conversation. We're not sure how the table setups will be at each restaurant but whatever the case is we'll make it work!
Below is the listing of breakfast dates and locations.....check your calendar and mark the dates
Bill H

Zac S Field Safety Kit

It's imperative that we all have some sort of Safety Kit with us, whether we're at the field or somewhere else
Below is the information that our very own paramedic Zac S recommends everyone has as part of their Field Safety Kit......
Field Safety Kit: contents should include per my suggestion
-tick removal tool
-trauma sheers
-hand full of 4x4 gauze pad
- tourniquet (recommend gen 3 cat)
-roller gauze
-emergency blanket
-tweezers
-medical tape
-handful of self adhering bandages

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:

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