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Volume 4, Issue 1 January, 2007
Annual Meeting is on Tuesday, January
30th, attendance is encouraged!
General Membership Meeting:
General Membership Meeting:
WE HAVE BEGUN WORK ON THE NEW MAP WALL AND ARE IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS!
WE WILL BE PAINTING AND HANGING WAC MAPS, PLEASE LET A BOARD MEMBER KNOW
IF YOU CAN HELP IN ANY STAGE OF THIS PROCESS.
NEW PRIVATE PILOT:
Congratulations go out to Michael Clayville on achieving a major accomplishment and dream - Private Pilot today January 26th. Congratulations Michael on a job well done.
Keep the dirty side down.
Winter Flying is here, Jim Eyre has posted a great article on the web site everyone should read. Cold Weather Operations
Heaters are on the planes again, so it is time to take a few extra minutes to make sure the heaters are hooked up properly, and blankets are back over the cowling. PLEASE DO NOT ADJUST ANY DIAL ON THE HEATERS, Jim Eyre has them set correctly. Watch out for the extension cords on the hangar floor.
Winter Flying Hours are in effect December, January and February. You may fly all three of your use it or lose it hours in one month, or any combination of these three months.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CANCEL YOUR FLIGHT
IN SCHEDULE MASTER IF YOU CAN'T FLY. THE BOARD CAN CHARGE ONE HOUR PER DAY
AT THE SCHEDULED AIRCRAFT RATE ACCORDING TO T-CRAFT CLUB
It is always a good idea to check
with FSS before every flight. There could be new TFR's posted in the area
you are about to fly, or numerous other items you wouldn't otherwise be
The Advertisement for 29Q is now available to the members wishing to print and post at other airports. Click on this link, 2629Q FOR SALE, print, and post at any bulletin board you know of. This will help a great deal in selling 29Q.
Please keep your
contact information (phone numbers, email addresses, postal address)
updated in Schedule
Master. To check or update your contact information, login to
Schedule Master, click the "User" tab at the top, then click
the link that says "Click here to edit your user info"
which appears just above the list of users.
All members need to remember to UNplug when going flying. Be extra careful when placing ducting into cowling as the ducting is very thin and tears quite easily. Please do not turn knobs to whatever you feel like. They all have been set where need be.
Aircraft Door Locks work best if you Press In on latch while using key (even 686 can be locked/unlocked).
2007 Registration in planes. Still no prop balance, will wait till spring.
375: Nothing to Report.
686: New Quartz taxi light installed. #2 Radio coming soon.
64L: Wind Damaged in North Bend, OR. Annual has been done in North Bend, sending elevators from 686 to get her home.
91X: Gunk on dip stick squawked, checked out. Could not duplicate.
29Q: Nothing to Report.
0YD: New space heater for cowling.
93S: Fowled spark plug squawked, cleared #2 spark plug.
USE TACH TIME FOR SQUAWKS PLEASE. This helps the
maintenance team tremendously!
THE RADIO IS YOUR FRIEND
The Board has decided to allow any members wishing to post classified ads
in the newsletter for aviation items only.
ANY MEMBER CAN REQUEST THE MINUTES FROM ANY
MEETING. Any member that would like a copy of any meeting minutes can
contact James Ferdinand by email.
Any member of the board can provide the minutes as well.