Postings by Tony Breyen
But the flyer is rejoicing it's time to dust them off, drag them out and get those planes in the air.
But do you need to get out there and find something broke that you forgot from last year and your buddies all gig and laugh and give you a hard time.
So have we done our spring once over for those loose servo arms, wires,and screws that worked out slowly last year.The things we said
"I'll get it this winter" in other words is it really ready.
So tighten it ,glue it , iron it give it a look over make sure it's safe and ready.
And have a fun flying season.
Come help us celebrate 50 Years of Model Aviation!
Calling all current and former members of RRCC, you and your guests are welcome to join us for a weekend of celebration, fellowship and flying!
Weekend plans include:
Cavanaugh Flight Museum Guided Tour: 2p to 4p Saturday April 9th. Tickets are $10.00 per person, and must be purchased at the museum. The Cavanaugh Museum is located at 4572 Claire Chennault, Addison TX, 75001. For more details and directions, visit the Cavanaugh Museum website here:
Reception and Banquet: 6p to 9p, Saturday April 9th. Tickets are $50.00 per person. All current, and former members are encouraged to attend! Please bring a guest! Location: Courtyard by Mariott in Allen Texas, near the Allen Events Center. Appetizers and Cash Bar reception from 6 to 6:30. Dinner and Program 6:30 to 9. Special guests and speakers during the program. Dinner Menu: Salmon or Chicken Entree, variety vegetables, salad and dessert.
Please RSVP by using one of the methods below.
Open Flying: All Day - Sunday April 10th. All guests and members welcome out to fly. Field location is here:
Please RSVP for Banquet Saturday Night by clicking one of the below options. Please RSVP by February 11th. Banquet purchases will need to be paid by March 30th.
A very special thank you to Mark Johnston for all your hard work and devotion to this district the last several years.
And thank you Brian Reagan for posting a safety blog last month.
And I would like to welcome Lawrence Harville as the new VP I look forward to working with him.
Instead of a long explanation of the video I posted just remember things take time to heal watch the video. note the table in the back of the room the plane was tied to he tied the front wheels not the back that's his mistake
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Being safe is in all of our favor
There still the old Gas and Nitro rigs that will need to be ran to get the fuel out of him and put in some after run oil.
Remember if you fly it's a sport if you build it's a hobby enjoy both.
This couple is an awesome pair that makes any event they show up for more enjoyable. Check out her Facebook page Model aviation memories by Mimi.
OK I'll go first let me pick a subject oh I know you pick up your cell phone and you dial a number . A person on the other says 911 what is your emergency?
My friend he just got hit with an RC airplane and he's bleeding I need an ambulance.
Operator on other end says sir you're on a cell phone what is your location.
You : I'm at the RC flying field
Operator : yes sir I understand ...just exactly where is that.
Now you try to give directions, rattled trying to help your friend did you get them right how much time have you wasted?
I would suggest each club appoint someone to contact the local 911 service in your area and let them know the name of your field and the location and then get the word out. Those precious moments could make the difference or even if you're just by yourself you can call 911 I'm having chest pain I'm at the RC field if 911 knows where that is it could make a real difference.
Vice PresidentLawrence Harville