You will be the Guest Speaker
at our June 4th Meeting. We are planning to do an "Amnesty Night" for pilots. The FAA will not be invited.
This is guaranteed to be a Fun Filled, Entertaining, and Memorable occasion. Things that you would only hear about while "hangar flying". Imagine, an evening of true pilot confessions. Pilots will share actual accounts of personal pilot errors and mistakes, even FAA violations that they were able to live to tell about it. There will be no shortage of stories. Speaking of Aviation Education, you could possibly hear something that will save your Life. DON'T MISS IT.
We'll be at the Greenbriar Country Club, 12665 Big Bend Boulevard. Social hour starts at 1800; Dinner ($16) at 1900 and William Duke will be the first member to seek amnesty at 2000. Reservations required. Please call Barb Lane at 636-391-2668 by Monday June 2nd.
[You can also send her an email at email@example.com ]
(Have a present you don't know what to do with it? Bring it to the Meeting
and donate it to our 50/50. You'll get 3 free tickets for each item donated.)
Annual Election of Officers will take place at our June Meeting: The Election Committee has proposed the following slate of Officers: President: Sue Smith, Vice President: Gary Johnson, Treasurer: Barb Lane, Secretary: Carol Weber. New Directors for a two year term: Ken Dressel & Ken Gleich. Several Director positions are open and may be filled by past Directors. If you are interested in joining the Board please call Richard Baricko at 636-458-4576.
Click for Location of the Greenbriar Country Club.
Annual MPA Convention hosted by the Gateway Chapter
If you forgot to register - do it NOW! Information and Registration Form are online (click the above logo) as well as in your recent copies of the MPA News.
Builder's Workshop: Sheet
Sponsored by EAA Chapter 32 on Saturday June 7th from 9AM to 4PM at their Aviation Resource Center, Smartt Field. Whether you are thinking about building an aircraft or have already started a project, come for a full day of lectures and hands-on workshops, for aircraft builders, by aircraft builders. Topics include:
o Standard practices of building aircraft
o EAA Technical Counselor Program
o Scratch building and Miscellaneous Tool Usage
o Riveting & Sheet Metal Work (with hands-on time)
Cost: $25. Registration is required, Availability is on a first come, first serve basis. Seating is limited to 25. Price includes workshops, written materials, supplies for hands-on practice and more advice than you will ever use. Barbeque lunch will be available for purchase. Registrations are non-refundable after June 1st, 2003. Contact Jim Bower for more information at (314) 869-8971.
The Kingdom Pilots
Chapter is planning on having a Pancake Breakfast at Fulton Airport on Flag Day, June 14th. It is possible that
the date may change so please check our website or call Carol Weber at 636-458-2529 for the latest information.
As always our chapter fly outs are 5,000 ft ceilings, 5 miles visibility and 15 knot surface winds for the departure and terminal airports. If conditions are not, then the fly out is cancelled.
Giving and Getting a Good Flight Review Seminar at Skyline Aeronautics Hangar at Spirt of St Louis Aiport: 0900 to 1100. In addition there will be a presentation on OASIS which has been installed at the St Louis Flight Service Station. Learn how to get maximum use of OASIS for safe and efficient flying.
Our August Meeting will be a Saturday Picnic at MO6 - Washington Memorial Airport. Please mark your calendar. Details will be in next month's newsletter.