EAA Chapter 25

A Community of Aviation Enthusiasts in the Twin Cities

EAA Chapter 25 July, 2017 Activities

Filed under: Upcoming Events — kjohnson at 10:48 am on Sunday, July 16, 2017

Wednesday, June 21 - This month’s meeting will be at our Chapter hangar, the Bert Sisler Aviation Education Center (BSAEC) at Airlake Airport in Lakeville, MN.  Our presenter will be by Andrew Erickson.  Andrew and his father Kurt are relatively new members to our chapter and have been very active with the CH701 build and the Pietenpol build sessions. Andrew will present on his experience with drones and RC aircraft.
- History of the hobby
- Recent advances in the hobby
- Fundamentals for RC planes
- Fundamentals for multirotors
- How to get started with planes/ multirotors

Grill gets fired up at 6, meeting starts at 7. The Chapter will furnish the meat, buns, beverages, condiments, hardware and napkins. Bring a side dish to pass. A $5 donation is suggested to cover the cost. All aviation enthusiasts are welcome!

Be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming events:

  • Wednesday, July 19 – Chapter Meeting
  • Thursday, July 20 – Sunday, July 23, 2017 – Pietenpol Convention, Brodhead, WI
  • Monday, July 24 – Sunday, July 30, 2017 – AirVenture, Oshkosh, WI

Wednesday Evenings* – Ch. 25 Pietenpol Build Project - All Chapter 25 members are invited to come and work on the Ch. 25 Pietenpol Building Project. Learn the art and craft of building a homebuilt airplane from Ch. 25 members who have hours of experience building airplanes. We are working at Dale Johnson’s (MAHOF) shop. Contact Kim V. Johnson, Ch. 25 Membership Coordinator, at [email protected] if you would like directions.

*unless notified otherwise and with the exception of the 3rd Wednesday of the month, which is Chapter 25 Meeting night.

Thursday Evenings – CH 701 Build Project - All members are welcome at the build sessions.  Contact Reggie Roorda at  [email protected] for more information.

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