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GENERAL MEETING OF NOVEMBER 23RD

REPORT BY TIM ATTAWAY

 

On Nov 23rd, the SEFSD General Meeting and election was conducted at SEFSD field at 10 AM and 40 or so members were in attendance. Agenda items discussed were as follows:

 

                  Introduction of Andy Norbeck, a Nazerene University film student and we talked about how he wanted to incorporate our flying club with a band video production. This filming will be on Dec 7th and will not interrupt the normal flying too much and feel free to bring you most interesting aircraft, rotor etc. and be ready to “ham” it up for his videographer.

 

                  SDPD helicopter Able has been in our airspace lately and due to an incident involving yours truly on Saturday after the electro glide we are strongly recommending that when the black and white approaches our airspace all aircraft should land immediately or stay as low as possible to provide no reason for our club to be in the log book of SDPD air wing.

 

                  Paul Guidice, treasurer of SEFSD, explained to all the need for patience in getting the renewals done and the cards for 2014 out to everyone.   Please use Paypal if you can and be ready for an event on the first Saturday of January 2014 to come to the field and eat good food, fly in a little event and pick up your new badge for 2014. Thanks Paul!

 

                  Information pertaining to the Grand 2013 SEFSD Banquet was shared and sign-up sheets were out to look at and money was being accepted by Tim Attaway to reserve your banquet attendance. See much, much more on line where you may sign up for a variety of supporting roles. December 8th is the tentative cut-off date to sign up for the Dec 15th Sweetwater Women’s’ Club BASH. 330 members plus family means that those reservations for the 115 seats may go away sooner than later.

 

                  New tables project have been conceived, planned and now constructed principally by Don Griffin, Tom Erickson and John Gibson plus a few others have got involved in installation. We appreciate this can do attitude and owe them and anyone else that steps up to help a Big THANK YOU. The BOD has approved the funds for 12 total at a cost of 110.00 each so that means making our site much nicer for around 1400.00 dollars. Thanks again Don and Tom! (Note) it really is part of being in a club to step forward and volunteer to get involved and help out with projects and events….you will find that it feels good too. So, next time you see something that needs to be done, just say “yes….I can help with that.”

 

                  Jim Bonnardel, BOD member and Electro-glide boss, explained to the members present that a special Electro glide event is being planned so if you have done even one event come down to the last one of 2013 to see what he has in store to reward your participation. Don’t miss this…you could be sorry.

 

                  The Election of SEFSD executive board and members at large for 2014 was conducted and the following gentlemen have stepped forward to lead the club through the next 12 months, congratulations to them and a thank you for those clubmembers that attended the meeting and voted:  President, Tim Attaway, Vice President Jim Bonnardel, Treasurer Paul Guidice, Secretary Scott Fuller, Safety Officer Quan Nguyen     Members at Large: Dr. Ray Fulks, Brad Bender and George Rebello. Continuing on as out-going president and now Chairman of the Board Frank Gagliardi.

 

These nine people will all have a vote as the amendment to 4.1 was passed unanimously by those present. Isabel Guidice was introduced as our new membership person, she volunteered to help in this capacity and we are so lucky and happy to have her to help us with this very important job. 333 members and going higher I predict!!!   (I only know of one other club in S. California that is bigger.)

 

Play Nice, Play Safe and be Happy.

 

Tim

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The Prez’ Sez’ for Nov./Dec. ’13

Frank w/BandAs my two years as president of the SEFSD draws to a close, I reflect on what all of you have accomplished. Field improvements have been refined and are now ongoing. Premier events, such as the CAP Program, Veterans and Wounded Warrior Salute, Electroglide and others played an important part in achieving Gold Leader Club status.


The acquisition of a new indoor site has expanded the scope of the SEFSD. But more than any of these has been the the growth of the club which now stands at over 330 members. Not bad for a “Bunch of fliers at a dirt field!” I have had the good fortune to work with a very dedicated group of members who gave much and asked for very little in return. You all know who you are and I THANK YOU!… Finally, I ask that you give the incoming officers the same level of support. They will be working very hard……for you…


“Fair skies and Mild winds”

 

Semper Fi

Frank

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SEFSD 2013 Banquet

5:00 PM TO 8:00 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION

•    THIS  MAY TOP PADRE GOLD?….. WHICH WAS AWESOME LAST YEAR…SIGN UP TODAY AT YOUR CONVENIENCE OR EMAIL TIM.  DEADLINE DEC 8TH.

•    DONATION OF 10 DOLLARS PER PERSON WHICH WILL GO TOWARDS THE GIGANTIC RAFFLE FOR CLUB MEMBERS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANT OTHERS.

•    RAFFLE AFTER DINNER, ONE TICKET PER PERSON ON ARRIVAL AND CHECK IN AT THE DOOR.  $1,000.00 IN PRIZES TO GIVE AWAY.

•    SEATING IS LIMITED TO 115 BANQUETEERS, YOU MUST RESERVE AS WE HAVE 300 PLUS MEMBERS.  TIM ATTAWAY EMAIL trattaway@cox.net OR SIGN UP ON CLIP BOARD AT THE FIELD TODAY OR AT THE FIELD WHEN YOU SEE TIM.  DONATE IN ADVANCE TO TIM OR AT THE DOOR.

•    LOCATION

o    SWEETWATER WOMEN’S CLUB IN BONITA, CA

?    QUIET, SERENE, ONE LEVEL, LOTS OF PARKING.  TIM SAYS THERE WILL BE AMPLE OVERFLOW PARKING ALONG SWEETWATER ROAD.

o    WWW.SWEETWATERWOMENSCLUB.ORG  TO SEE MORE

o    15 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN ON THE 805 OR 5 TO 54 EAST TO PLAZA BONITA CENTER WAY THEN LEFT ON SWEETWATER ROAD TO SWC. 

•    FOOD….BUFFET STYLE, LONG TABLE IN PATIO AREA

o    BEEF, HAM, TURKEY FROM BARBEQUE PIT OF NATIONAL CITY, CARVING STATION NOT PRE CUT AND DRIED OUT

o    BEANS AND COLE SLAW AND SAUCE FROM BBQ PIT

o    SIDE DISHES BROUGHT TO THE EVENT WILL EARN 1 EXTRA RAFFLE TICKET FOR THE EVENT AND WILL BE EXTREMELY WELCOME!!!!!

?    SIGN UP FOR  SALAD, ROLLS, DESSERT, OR ANY OTHER FAVORITE ITEM YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE  (10 -12 SERV)

o    BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS OR ENJOY A SELECTION OF PUNCH, SOFT DRINKS, CRAFT BEER OR SHAW WINE…COFFEE TOO.

•    DO NOT FORGET WE RECOGNIZE EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE IN OUR CLUB

o    SPECIAL PRESIDENTS AWARD AND SOMETHING NEW.

•    POSSIBLE MUSIC GROUP QUARTET FOR DANCING…THANK YOU FRANK!!

 

Please click the “READ MORE” to see how you can help:

 

 

 

 

SEFSD 2013 BANQUET

FOOD COORDINATOR—-TIM A

Please click to:  VOLUNTEER TO HELP OR BRING SOMETHING

 

And tell Tim how you would like to help or what you would like to bring.  Your name will be added next to that item on the list below.  THANKS!

•    ORDER, PICK UP AND DELIVER BBQ PIT STUFF- TIM
•    SUGGESTED LIST OF DISHES TO COMPLIMENT ABOVE

o    GREEN SALAD-GRIFFIN
o    MACARONI SALAD_______________
o    VEGGIE DISH RAW_________________
o    COOKED VEGETABLES- ERICKSON, WILLIAMS
o    ROLLS-NORTON
o    JELLO DISH_______________
o    FRUIT SALAD______________
o    COSTCO CARROT CAKE- FULKS
o    COSTCO CHOCOLATE CAKE__________
o    SHEET CAKE______________
o    DESSERTS-COLENTINO
o    MARINATED CHICKEN THIGHS-MARVIN GALE
o    CHEESE PLATE____________
o    OTHER FAVORITES THAT YOU LOVE AND WILL SHARE

?    EGG ROLLS                 NAME-BENDER
?    _________________    NAME-GUIDICE
?    _________________    NAME _______________
?    _________________    NAME______________
?    _________________    NAME______________
?    ________________      NAME_______________
?    _________________    NAME ________________

•    NEED VOLUNTEERS TO:

o    CARVE MEAT FOR A SHORT TIME_____________
o    HELP SET UP BUFFET TABLE AREA_______________
o    SET UP DESSERT TABLE- RAY AND ELLIE FULKS
o    ETC________

 

 

 

SEFSD 2013 BANQUET

CLEAN UP COORDINATOR

VOLUNTEER Jim Bonnardel

•    BEGINNING AT 2045 HRS (7:45 PM)
•    RETURN FURNITURE TO ORIGINAL POSITION
•    CLEAN KITCHEN AS NEEDED
•    REMOVE DECORATIONS FROM SWEETWATER WOMENS CLUB
•    CLEAN COFFEE POTS, PUNCH BOWLS ETC.
•    SWEEP FLOOR IF NECESSARY
•     VOLUNTEER HELPERS  (3)

o    ___________________&________________&_______________

 

 

 

SEFSD 2013 BANQUET

PROGRAM COORDINATOR____________

Volunteers needed

•    CREATE WHITE BOARD SCHEDULE
•    PLAN, ORDER, SECURE ALL PLAQUES FOR PRESENTATIONS
•    COORDINATE THE MUSIC GROUP, PROVIDE LOCATION /FURNITURE
•    SET UP PA SYSTEM BEFORE THE EVENT STARTS
•    ORGANIZE THE WELCOME TABLE AT THE ENTRANCE TO COLLECT MONEY
•    ORGANIZE THE HANDING OUT OF TICKETS FOR EACH MEMBER

o    MALE AND FEMALE DIFFERENT COLORS
o    SPECIAL ELECTROGLIDE TICKETS SEPARATE COLOR
o    PLAN FOR TICKETS TO THOSE BRINGING DISH

•    RAFFLE SET UP___________________
•    RAFFLE MASTER VOLUNTEERS_______________,______________,________________
•    ETC. ETC. AS NEEDED

 

 

 

SEFSD 2013 BANQUET

COORDINATOR OF LIQUID BEVERAGES

VOLUNTEER____________________

 

•    PURCHASE 48 BOTTLES OF GOOD QUALITY CRAFT BEER OR SIMILAR..COSTCO
•    PURCHASE 12 BOTTLES OF CHARLES SHAW WINE AT TRADER JOES, MERLOT, CHARD.
•    PURCHASE SELECTION OF SOFT DRINKS  24 CANS OR BOTTLES
•    PURCHASE PUNCH OR LEMONAIDE FOR A PUNCH BOWL
•    COFFEE  CHECK ON AVAILABILITY AND ACCESS TO COFFEE MAKER AT SWEETWATER WC.

 

HELPERS..COMMITTEE
__________________,_________________

Videos & Pics from Our Veteran’s Day Fly-In

The Veteran’s Ceremony:

http://youtu.be/4df14hs0YF4

 

The North County Winds Band:

http://youtu.be/DtiiMpCaJGg

 

Thanks to Osmund for this video of the flying:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2fQxUrgWRw

 

Randy took the following three videos:

 

The planes and other action:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KklZsCL-bOo

 

The presentation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZghfOGJQ72U

 

The dog demonstration:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsEidzIEXHw

 

The picture gallery is here

Congratulations to the 2014 F5B Team

 

F5B is a class of “motor gliders” as defined by the FAI which is a international body based in Switzerland that governs all types of “aero sports” Information on the FAI can be found here: http://www.fai.org <http://www.fai.org/>  The F5B event is comprised of 3 tasks. The first and most important is the distance task where the pilot tries to get as many legs on a 150 meter course as they can with in a 200 second window of time. The pilot  are only allowed to run the motor on the end of the course where he is standing—when the plane enters the course the motor must be switched off. A typical distance flight will have 10 climbs of 2 seconds or less with the rest of the time spent gliding at high speed on the measured 150 meter course. A contest level pilots will get between 44 and 50 legs in the 200 second window followed by a 10 minute duration flight. In the duration phase the pilots can run the motor as desired but the timing system will subtract the motor run from the score. At the end of the 10 minutes the pilot has to land within a series of circles as close to the 10 minute mark as possible. A good pilot will get the model on the ground within 3-4 seconds of the target time. Additional points are awarded for landing in the smallest circle. For those that are interested here are links to the full  event rules for the event :http://www.fai.org/fai-documents Click on the “Sporting Code Section 4-F5 Electric”

 

F5B Site Layout

 

New for this year were “juniors” trying out for the team. Both Gabriel Mather and Patrick Liddy gave it their best with Patrick gaining a spot on the 2014 team spot which is reserved for young fliers.

 

F5B Scoresheet

 

Also notable was the return of Grant Messenger who came out from Florida to give F5B a go again after being away for 20 years! Also Jerry Bridgman and Bob Sliff came down from Orange County—both of whom were very involved in F5B in the early years.

 

Steve and Michelle Manganelli along with several club members helped make the contest run smoothly—although some broken wires did manage to delay one round for a bit until some file soldering could be done. Michelle did a great job in making sure we had a nice lunch spread for both days. A special thanks to all of those that helped!

BOD Minutes for November ’13

 

  1. Membership report. Paul Guidice showed proposed picture for 2014 badges. Approved picture. Paul discussed a small problem for people that want to pay by paper check—-the site does not have a provision to print out the application. Should be fixed shortly. Discussed when badges will be passed out for 2014 members. Supplies and expenses will be paid by club–approved
  2. Autonomous flight activities by Jim: There have been no incidents this last month. There has been regular activity during the field by several individuals. Jim reports that things are going well. approved
  3. Ranger update: Frank reported that things are going OK with the rangers and parks dept. The city did OK the installitation of poles for the pit tables. approved
  4. Trailer update: Frank reported the locks will be replaced so they all match. Jim reported trailer is back in storage. Frank asked that tire covers be purchased. Approved
  5. Frank reported the Vet day was a great success. The Warrior Foundation at Freedom Station and Cobra Canines were given $1000 donations each from the club and it’s members.  Frank and Paul will provide the newsletter editor the links to the videos of the events. approved
  6. Safety–Chuck reports there have not been any issues lately.  Discussed police heli incident and steps to address the situation. Approved
  7. Tables are being installed. Current cost is about $110 /table. Approved paying for tables as we go. approved
  8. Scott Swaley  of High Tech High is asking if the club will assist in a event to be helpJan 6-10 2014–project is about introducing kids with flying. Club will assist with training planes. Steve Neu will donate some batteries for the club trainers. Approved
  9. Discussed having a rain date for the next meeting at the field–The rain date will be Nov 30 for the meeting if needed. Will have a e-mail blast be sent out to members announcing the meeting and elections for this Saturday morning the 23rd of November. Approved spending $70 for breakfast items for meeting. Tim will accept proxy ballots prior to the election vote on Saturday morning at the field.
  10. Dinner report by Tim. Tim presented information about the location for the club dinner for Dec 15 evening from 5-8pm. Discussed what will be served and costs. Discussed wthe budget for the event. Total cost to the club will be about $1500. Discussed if we should or should not charge for tickets. Will charge $10 for tickets and use the funds to buy nice raffle prizes. People that bring a dish will get additional raffle tickets. Members need to purchase tickets by Dec8th. Tim will take reservations at the meeting or by e-mail to TimA.
  11. New Business: Next meeting is 1-22-14 —Paul Guidice will send out address information and time for meeting.

F5B Team Selection Contest

This coming  weekend is the F5B team selection contest for electric powered gliders. There will be up to 8 rounds flown–4 on Saturday and 4 on Sunday. The top 3 finishers will be going to Austria next year to represent the USA at the World Championships.Come out and see some of the top pilots fly their planes on the distance course followed by a 10 minute duration. If you haven’t seen one of these planes fly this is a opportunity to see first hand some of the highest power -weight models around. The filed will be open to sport flying until 11am on Saturday—after the 4 rounds are complete it will reopen. On Sunday with the change of time the filed will close at 10am and will reopen when after the contest is concluded. Come early and fly and stick around and watch!   Steve Neu

 

F5B Pic

The Prez’ Sez’ for Oct./Nov. ’13

Frank n CubNov. 9th, Nov,10th and Nov.11th are three very important days. Especially to members and former members of the Armed Forces. Nov.11th is Veterans Day & Armistice Day which celebrates the end of WWI…..”The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month” which was to signify the end of the “War to end all wars….Well, at least that was the thought. Nov.10th is the birthday of the founding of the United States Marine Corps. Nov.9th is the day that the SEFSD has the opportunity to honor those “Who some gave all, but ALL gave some”……Our Salute to Veterans and Wounded Warriors of All campaigns will commence at 0800 with scale flying until 1200 and then a noon time ceremony at our field. I encourage all members to attend and say thank you to all our Veteran members and guests. Open flying will commence after lunch. Tim Attaway will be providing “vittles” at no charge to all SEFSD members and veterans in attendance!

 

For those members who were unable to attend our last event where we collected $1000 for the Wounded Warrior program, you will have one more chance to help!

 

There are a few other “surprises” in the works for this event, so this is one you don’t want to miss.
 
It has been my pleasure to serve as your president for the last two years. As my term comes to a close, I reflect on all that YOU have accomplished, not just I, because without you NOTHING would happen.  You all should take great pride in belonging to one of the finest clubs in SoCal, if not all of CA.!…………See you all on the 9th…..
Semper Fi
Frank

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It Has Always Been the Soldier

It is the soldier,
not the President,
who gives us democracy.

 

It is the soldier,
not the Congress,
who takes care of us.

 

It is the soldier,
not the reporter,
who has given us Freedom of Press.

 

It is the soldier,
not the poet,
who has given us Freedom of Speech.

 

It is the soldier,
not the campus organizer,
who has given us the Freedom to Demonstrate.

 

It is the soldier,
who salutes the flag,
who serves beneath the flag,
and whose coffin is draped by the flag
that allows the protester to burn the flag.

 

By Father Dennis O’Brien
Chaplain
United States Marines

 

 

Below are some excellent videos and pictures:

 

How Roy P. Benevidez Earned his Medal of Honor

 

Rare WWII Aircraft Photos

 

Treasure of Old Aviation Videos

 

The Roots of RC Planes

 

Don Rice’s new P-47

 

 

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Rotor Days at the Bay Report

 

The multicopter events were hosted and run by Jim Bonnardel and Mike Morgan .

 

Events included an “altitude quest” run by Jim, where the pilot spun a roulette wheel with the resulting number —up to 399 was the target altitude in feet for the pilot to fly to (of course you know we have to stay below 400 feet ). A small recording device normally used in model rockets was used to record the peak altitude and the pilot getting closest to the number they spun won a nice case for their multicopter from GoPro.  Mike Morgan ran a pylon race for the more daring fliers.

 

Ray Nemovi ran several helicopter events which included “hang time” where the pilot would take the heli up as high as they dared  in 8 seconds then cut the motor power and autorotate down to a landing—the longest duration was the winner. Ray also ran a “drag race” which provided an exciting event for pilots and spectators. The task is pretty much as you would expect—with the helicopters at a standing start they would launch themselves down the length of the runway with the time being measured—and the shortest time being the winner. The big 700 sized helicopters dominated the event.

 

In addition to the usual  hard core 3D helicopters there were some very nice scale machines. Mike Morgan brought out some new multicopters that are able to do loops and rolls!  

 

We had support from the following companies who donated products for use as prizes:

 

Align Helicopters
Castle Creations
GoPro Cases  (Jim Bonnardel)
Multicopter Concepts (Mike Morgan)
Heli Direct
NeuMotors (Steve Neu)
Discount Hobby Warehouse

 

A few pilots waited for darkness on Saturday night to show off their skills at flying at night using both on board LED lighting systems as well as ground based spotlights. At least a couple multicopters bit the dust while wearing Halloween costumes.

 

Sunday was wide open flying with no events scheduled. At noon Frank and Mike ran the raffle for those in attendance. There was a great selection of both multicopter and heli stuff up for grabs. Most in attendance won at least one item—some 4 or more!

 

The fliers that attended had a great time with lots of flying and fun. SEFSD will likely make this a annual event. The event was made successful and enjoyable with help from a number of our local fliers and members. In no particular order the event was made possible by the following people: Frank Gagllardi, Mike Morgan, Jim Bonnardel , Ray Nemovi, and Steve Neu, Ray Fulks and Paul Guidice.

Field Cleenup

Anyone who has met Jim Bonnardel knows this video is not sped up.  He really moves that fast!  Click the pic.

Jim Cleanup

 

 

Watering the field in preparation for the Rotor Day event. 

“3000 gallons of water this morning, and another trip planned after sunset… Then, even one more in the morning before the rolling starts!
The tank is 500 gallons,  6 trips so far.   I put it down lightly,  and allowed it to soak a bit before going over again to avoid mud tracks”

Jim Watering

 

Don Griffin’s crew repairing the fence.

Fence Repair

 

Electroglide Report for Oct 2013

By Jim Bonnardel

 

Fall is upon us! We had a fair turnout for this month, and a new entry into Radian Class.
Jim Shelton, who has been a top competitor in open class,  bought a Radian and decided to give it a go.
We had 9 entries, and a new contestant flying a Calypso (the only one in open class).

The skies did not look too promising,  but alas,  we had pilots maxing out the clock in round 1 showing that you cant always tell what is going to happen when standing in the pits.

Norm had a fun first round,  after launch he was actually watching the wrong plane… we watched one spiral in just missing the bay,  and Norm was still thinking he was in the air.  It was not until the plane he was watching made the turn to come in to land he realized he was not watching his Radian.  Luckily,  no damage and he was able to continue the next 3 rounds and still place 4th!

Be sure to come out in November,  there may be some fun surprises in store!

Radian Class:

Bob Stinson           273
Scott Vance           266
Vince Gonzowski    228
Norm  Arndt          182
Jim Shelton           134
Rich Rogers           112
Randy Wyant         ??

Next month,  another lesson in completing the score sheet…. apparently it was just too much for Randy to figure out!
Novembers E-glide is on the 16th which is as you know…. the 3rd Saturday of the month.

C U There!

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BOD Miniutes for October 2013

2.5) Bylaw Updates -Voting rights for Safety Officer and Secretary -Frank Frank—discussed change to bylaws changes proposed at last general meeting regarding voting rights for safety officer and sec–will
have a additional got at next general meeting to confirm.—– Approved

2.6) Trailer Update – Jim Trailer has been repaired and returned to the storage area. The storage lot says security has been improved. Will have a session to clean out trailer and toss out junk that is not needed. Keys are kept by Frank, Jim and Tim.—- Approved

2.7) Andrew Norbeck project – Hold till November —-Approved

 

3) New Business

 

3.1) Safety Report – Chuck (Sea World), Frank (Alliant) No report from Chuck. Frank reported nothing happening at Alliant. Frank says that the 16 oz limit will be enforced for indoor flying. Approved

3.2) Sea World Field Runway Report – Jim Jim reported the runway was cleaned up prior to the rotor day. Discussed renting a motorized broom to see how it works before the next runway service.—- Approved

3.3) Treasurers Report – Paul Report presented by Paul–new format presented and explained for spread sheet. Club members wanting more detail should contact Paul directly.—– Approved

3.4) Membership Report – Mike E Mike presented final report presented. Club has 333 members. Isabel Guidice will be handling membership for 2014. Mike Presented cookies. Need to get a suitable picture for club badges for next year.—– Approved

3.5) Future Events at Sea World – Tim Tim reports the event for the Nov 9th WW is on track. The club will present check for $1000 for the WW program at the event on the 9th of November. Will have a demo of service dogs at the event.
Discussed having food for the event. All planes need to be scale that day.—- approved

3.6) Future Events at Alliant – Frank Frank reports that there will be a meeting to organize the eFest : Frank, Mike M, SteveB and SteveN will meet to set up event.

3.7) Newsletter/Website – Steve B No report

3.8) SEFSD Host F5J Soaring Contest? – Steve Neu Discussed the event and how and when it could be run. Discussed How it it might be run and the financial implications. Will get the ball rolling with AMA to submit to the FAI for next year. Will give Ray possible dates to check with city. —-Approved

3.9) Bench construction Tim discussed tables. Need to get the city to approve before any more are put in. The board MUST approve expenditures for additional tables!—-approved

4) Any other business? None

5) Set date for next BOD meeting. next meeting 11/20 2013

7) Approve Board Meeting Minutes Approved

The Prez’ Sez’ for Sept./Oct. ’13

Frank & BearcatAs the song title says “OH it’s a long, long, time from May to December, but the days grow short when you reach September”…….Wow, am I dating myself or what?.

 

Seriously though, In some parts of the country, modelers are preparing to “hunker down” and start building for next year……….and they envy us here in San Diego!

 

Why am I telling you all this?…..Well it’s because we have a “jewel” that must be protected if we want to continue being the envy of most of the nation. That “jewel” is the SEFSD field and all the others in the area.

 

When we as a club allow fliers to “push the boundaries” of flight and common sense, we contribute to the potential loss of our privileges………Yes, I said privileges, because access to our field IS a privilege, not a right!…….

 

We have 330+ members in our club, and of that you should take pride, because every time you take time to introduce a new member to the “rules of the road” you instill a sense of pride of ownership in our “little slice of heaven”………….BUT, when you KNOWINGLY break club rules, what message are you sending then?…..

 

Soon, nominations and election of officers for 2014  will be upon us. Please consider giving some of your time and talent and “throw your hat in the ring”………….Talk to those whom you feel would serve with the best interest of the club in mind and heart, and if it’s not you then who?

 

Semper Fi
Frank

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