Again, a big thanks to Larry for keeping our lovely field like a Park Setting. I know he enjoys doing it however we really appreciate what he does and also so do the owners. Well done Larry and Thanks again on behalf of all the club members, for the third year running.
Hi Folks just a reminder of our club meeting this Thursday. Doors open at 7.00 p.m. Meeting commence at 8.00 p.m. I will be taking membership renewals and will bring the laminater so bring your M.A.A.C. card or receipt. Please fill out and sign the membership form, available on the club site, and of course your payment.
All the 2013 executive, when asked run for the following year, agreed and were nominated from the floor.
The balance of Models and materials from the late Walter Kunsters estate will be available at the meeting for purchase.
See you there. Chris.
The airport manager advised us that the control tower confirmed that this model jet aircraft had made the fastest pass ever at the Langley Airport. Members ( sadly some not with us today) look on at all the excitement.
RCFCBC participated in many airshows in past years until transport Canada banned model flying following an incident in Toronto, RCFCBC kept a clean record for all the many events flown, a credit to the skill of the builders and pilots.
Hope you have a lovely evening Rick. It sure was a great day at our field and then a good grin at the Shake & Shingle afterwards. Good to see over a dozen of us at the pub. Doesn’t get better than that. Nice to see Mr Collis safely back from his travels in the US of A.
Jim Ramsay hands Jake his Wings Certificate at the Club Meeting on Thursday. Jake thanked his instructors for their patience and time. Made it all worthwhile. Great job Jake.
Attention All Members, The RCFCBC is holding a club meeting and Annual General Meeting on November 28th at 8PM at the Sullivan Community Hall located at 6306 152 St, Surrey, BC V3S 3K9. Hope to see you there.
We recently picked up a couple of broken props. These were in the long grass(hay) at the east side of the pit area. It would appear that the were removed from a plane and thrown in the grass. This has happened before and we have quite a collection in the radio impound.
PLEASE ensure you don’t discard anything in the long grass as it could possibly end up in a feed hay bale. This can cause serious injury to a cow, even death.
Once again, and we don’t understand why we have to repeat this….PLEASE take your garbage, broken props etc. home with you. This site has to be kept meticulous.
Note to all members.
Occasionally, there may be cows at the West (right facing runway) end of the field.
PLEASE avoid flying anywhere near them at all times.
For clarification, the flight boundary to the West is the low fence just past the big tree. Please do not fly over this adjacent property and also do not fly over or past the road to the East. The big tree is on the far side of the road. This is a great flying site. Please respect the owners wishes.