Daily Archives: November 22, 2013

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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!