Entertainment by: Matinee Circuit
Kansas City Chorus of Sweet Adelines
Our annual party celebrating Hanukkah and Christmas was an enjoyable event thanks to the great efforts of
Terrie Fox, Judy Broome, Marty Young, Betty Roberts, Penrod Turk, and June and Bob Williams among others. Over
50 members, spouses and guests enjoyed a delicious steak dinner sitting at seasonally decorated tables at the Disabled
American Veterans Hall on Wednesday, December 18th. As is customary, dinner was proceeded by a thoughtful, timely
and heartfelt invocation given by Theda Benningfield, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Not only was the food
great, and the camaraderie warm and friendly, but we had the pleasure of hearing The Matinee Circuit, a quartet
of the Kansas City Chorus of Sweet Adelines members sing holiday and 40's tunes. Humor punctuated the show, and
we were asked to "Name That Tune" when some songs were started with seldom-heard introductions, only
to be followed by a familiar melody and catchy words! Gifts were exchanged as well. Pam Ratliff dispensed with
business matters, but did allow Larry Young to pitch his fast-selling, only-a-few-left, EAA calendars. A memorable
time was had by all, and we all had a "Good Night!"
Al St. Germain
Chairman: Marvin Moore
January 22, 2003
Instructors - Khaled Alossi, CFII, - Kevin Morris, CFIIMEI and Penrod Turk, CFI
Designated Examiner - Loretta Jones, ATP CFIIMEI DPE and Marvin Moore, ATP CFIIMEI DPE
February 26, 2003
Mr. Jack May, Director of the Aviation Weather Center for the Kansas City Missouri Office. This should be a very
excellent presentation for what we pilots will come to expect for the next generation of weather information available
for briefings as well as everyday dissemination on the information at hand. Everyone needs to attend this program.
Chairman: Sarah McKinley
January 25, 2003
Greenfield IA - Landing@11:30AM
Their is a great little museum attached to the airport.
(Charge Adults - $4.00, under 12 - $2.00, proceeds go to museum)
Last year was great weather and we had about 10 to 15 planes from the Kansas City & St Joseph area.
February 2, 2003
Bolivar - Landing@10:00AM
March 1, 2003 (Sat)
Lunch, 12:00 Noon, Beaumont, KS (SNO7) N 37-39.5 W 96-31.6 or DME off the 086 degree radial Wichita VOR(ICT) at
49 nautical miles. We will be meeting the South-Central chapter there for lunch. Nice grass runway.
April 26 & 27, 2003 (Sat)
Lunch at 1:00, BQ, bring covered dish, $3.00 (Rebels Bluff ), R-2200x75, sod, very nice, Les Featherton 417-466-4663.
N-37-06.1 min, W-93-52.2 min. (2 miles north of Mt Vernon Airport). Call Les for transportation from Mr. Vernon
Airport if landing there. There will be skydiving, glider demo, acrobatic show. May stay overnight at local motels
(Mt. Vernon) or in hangar at Les's airport. Breakfast next morning at Rebels Bluff.
May or June
Hangar Party and/or possible airplane plant tour
June 22, 2003
Red Cloud, Neb.
Please RSVP to Sarah McKinley Phone: 816-320-3462 or E-Mail: email@example.com. Also the morning of fly-out you
can call: 816-781-7194 - Roosterville Airport. Airborne Communications is 122.75. Remember that our minimums are
3000 AGL and 5 miles.
Useful Web Site's:
Missouri Pilots Association Web Site for all chapters: www.mopilots.org
MISSOURI 2002-2003 Airport Directory & Travel Guide.
This has view of the latest airports & information updates. http://www.modot.state.mo.us/airportdirectory
Missouri State Senate Web Site: http://www.senate.state.mo.us
This website is a pilot to pilot information exchange: www.flykc.com
Super Cub website is very popular www.supercub.org