Meeting Minutes February 19, 2022
EAA Chapter 1167
Considering combining our November fly-in with the skydive people (Drop Zone) from PA - Doug Floyd
the hospitality people could be an advocate to get this pushed in through the county administrators
April 30th fly-in
Can Larry get the chickenbog again?
Sponsoring a youth to Air Academy - $1605 tuition ($305 credit from our YE activities) plus transportation to Oshkosh.
Teaches 15 hours of ground school, metal work, wood work, then maintenance.
The chapter is willing to provide the tuition and write a half-page introduction / present themselves to the chapter for selection to attend.
Oshkosh is July 25 - 31 (Doug has three rooms reserved but only needs one if someone would like to join) $135 / day
Sun-n-fun will be April 5 - 10 (Contact Larry if you want a camp site and he can stake your claim for you.)
If you're able to commit a few hours of work to the event Larry can probably get you admission as compensation.
There are new forms for the YE events
Discussed possible candidates for Air Academy - No candidates
General Aviation News.com and HangerFast or Airparkmap.com are sites folks might be interested in.
The skydive people aren't ready to talk / plan until shortly before the Fall Fly-in timeframe.
Is there interest a Sonex project available to the club if there is interest... #! contact Dave if he is interested for the school project.
Doug talked about how he finally got the sleeve on the landing gear of the C182
Lisa Avet - Brought Jennings