Kansas City Chapter
President: Rich Staley -Vice-president:
Tim McDermott -Secretary: June Williams-Treasurer: Marty Young
PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE
SEPTEMBER 27, 2000 - at DAV, 8787 Old Santa Fe Road. Reservations MUST BE MADE by SATURDAY, SEPT 23, 2000, if not on the permanent reservation list. Our menu will be: Salad, Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, roll and butter, coffee/tea, and dessert. Special dietary needs can be accommodated at the time of the reservation. Please call : JUNE WILLIAMS AFTER NOON AT 816-224-3241 to make your reservations.
Remember - Meeting time: Social from 6:00 to 6:30 P.M.. Dinner at 6:30. Cost is $12.00 per person.
Programs: Program committee chair: Herb Roberts
Sept. 27: Dr. Milo Farnham, MD, Sr. Aviation Medical Examiner will
speak on his flight to Alaska.
Oct. 25: Mr. David Chaffee, Columbia FSS Automated Weather System.
Nov. 15: Steve Barnhart of Barnhart Security
Dec.13, 2000: is our Christmas Party at Stephensons Resturant
Flyouts: Flyout committee chair: Bob Williams
If the weather looks marginal, or if anyone needs a ride (Don't forget to share expenses) or has an extra seat, please call Bob at 224-3241. A Go/No Go decision will be made and information on "Ride Central" will be available. Unless otherwise indicated, all flyouts will be at noon. Remember that our minimums are 3000 and 5.
DON'T BE SHY! Seats were available for past flyouts.
If weather cancels a flyout, our alternate will be The Big Biscuit at 16506
E. 40 Highway. That is the NE corner of Lee's Summit Rd & 40 Highway.
October 21 Cameron (EZZ) Little Blessings tea room - meet for lunch
November 4 Branson Christmas in Silver Dollar City
Oct 28 - The Heart of America Wing of the Confederate Air Force is going to have it's first Pancake breakfast at it's new hanger and future museum at the New Century Air Center (IXD). the date is October 28th from 8:00am to 11:00. We will have warbirds of the Wing on display and hopefully some of the other wings of the CAF will bring in some planes. We intend to have the birds flying.
In 1996 there were 1,907 General Aviation (GA) accidents. Of all these accidents, only 2 involved pilots who
had participated in the WINGS program during the previous 12 months! Each accident had an average cost of $30,000
dollars. Just looking at this information, isn't it worth the 3 flying hours and a safety meeting to avoid a costly
accident? Participate in the WINGS program. It's better than a BFR
The State Wings Contest runs from April 1st thru March 31st each year. Let's make the WINGS year WINGS Safe. All it takes is one hour of air work, one hour of takeoffs and landings, one hour of instrument and a safety meeting. It is the responsibility of each chapter WINGS Chair to keep track of all their WINGS participants. So -- please -- keep Chapter Wings Officer, Penrod Turk, informed upon the completion of any phase. (4 West 112th Street, Kansas City, MO 64114-5304)
MPA Board Meetings - This is a reminder that any member can attend our chapter board meetings . They are held on the first Tuesday of the month, excluding holidays, at Executive Beechcraft, Downtown Airport, at 7:00 P.M. We always welcome your advice and assistance, and the hospitality is great.
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