<DOWNWIND BOX> SPLIT ESS w/Roll. Smooth ½ loop to upright & Low; full roll after completing loop.
<UPWIND BOX> STALL TURN w/ROLL and 45° ENTRY. Pull to 45°, Hold Line; Pull to Vertical; Stall, Kick Nose over to Straight Down; Full roll on the way down. Pull/Exit to Downwind.
<DOWNWIND BOX> SQUARE IMMELMAN. Pull to vertical; 2 of 4 Point Roll in middle of Upline; Push over to Upright & High.
<MID BOX> SPIN. 1 Turn spin down, exit in same direction as entered.
<UPWIND BOX> CROSS BOX HUMPTY BUMP. Pull to Vertical; Roll 2 of 8 to Left (or right); Pull over to Straight Down; ¾ Roll to Left (or right) on Downline. Both rolls the same: either right-right or left-left.
<DOWNWIND BOX> ½ REVERSE CUBAN EIGHT. Pull to 45° Upline, Roll 2 of 4 in the middle of upline; Pull smoothly to upright; Immediate ½ roll, hold Inverted for next maneuver.
<MID BOX> LOOP w/ ½ ROLL at TOP. Starting Inverted, Push around smoothly to near top; ½ Roll to Inverted at Apex of loop, Complete Loop.
<UPWIND BOX> IMMELMAN w/ 1 & ½ ROLLS. Full Roll; Immediate Smooth 1/2 loop, Pull to Level/High/Inverted; Immediate ½ Roll to Upright. Hold Altitude for next Maneuver.
<MID BOX> SHARKS TOOTH w/ SNAP ROLL. Push to 45° Downline; Positive Snap Roll in middle of downline (maintain heading); climb to vertical; Push over to Upright/High/Downwind. Call “Finish”.
To begin, I would like to mention that we are moving this month’s meeting/board member voting from our usual fourth Saturday to Saturday the 18th to avoid conflict with Thanksgiving holiday travel. We will have the meeting/voting around noon with pizza provided by the club for attendees. Jim has sent out absentee ballots for those that cannot attend, please ensure that if you do vote absentee – you fill in your full name as it appears on your membership card. If we can’t verify that you are a member, your ballot will not be counted. No cemetery voters please… Finally, it has cooled off a bit! It is crazy that we had to wait until November to get a break this year. Still waiting for some rain to smooth the field out and reduce the risk of fire at our site. We really haven’t had many fires this year, and I want to thank all of you for being careful and having your extinguishers ready as needed. Jim and Dennis have started replacing the worst of the tables at the main runway. Please throw them a thank you for giving up a few flying days to work for us instead. They started with the worst four and will continue into next year as the existing tables give out. Not bad, we have nearly 4 years on tables we expected to last one. A reminder on etiquette at the field, safety concerns, and just plain common sense: In the last 2 weeks I have observed folks walking out past the fence without letting other pilots know they were stepping out. Please call loudly, there were a few VERY near misses! Also, please look and verify no one is on approach before loudly announcing take-off and landing. Also judge the point at which you call your landings, calling too early can leave others stranded with low batteries waiting for a landing that should have been called thirty seconds later. Finally, after landing, if you taxi – please do so near the fence to reduce risk of others coming in after you. One of our club members, Butch Bucciarelli, heard my call in September that we were looking for a venue to have our Holiday banquet in Jan. He came through for us in a big way, and our Banquet Committee ( Randy and Quan ) are finalizing the details. It sounds AMAZING! Plan for a blast to all 2017 members to come out in early December with all of the info. Details will not make the web page or be posted to Facebook ( Pictures will post AFTER the event) to avoid the party crashers/freeloaders as we experienced the last 2 years. If you are a member, and do not get the club e-mails, email your friendly editor and he will make sure you get yours: email@example.com
As I look over the newsletter for the last few months, I notice a great amount of content provided by members. Thank all of you that have hopped on board! Steve Belknap has been doing a great job of putting it all together for us, and it makes his life a bit easier if he does not have to search for all of the content himself. If you have a neat project, please share! The Board has voted on and approved a small increase in membership dues starting 2018. Dues will go up to $50.00 a year when we start accepting 2018 applications next month. The club costs have been going up over the last few years and this will allow us to keep even. One exciting thing you will see next year is a new style of badge we will be issuing to take some of the load from the membership coordinator – THANKS GEORGE SULLIVAN! We failed to realize how much of a load we had put on Isabel as we took the club from two hundred to four hundred members. Thanks again to Paul and Isabel Guidice for the service to the club for the last seven years. Please join us on Saturday for the meeting and vote. If you want to give back to the hobby you enjoy, I greatly encourage each of you to spend a bit of time on the board so we can all benefit from your ideas and experiences. Have a great Thanksgiving, and please be safe. I think I saw a video on YouTube of Skip trying to deep fry a turkey. It was scary! I will be having ham now… Brad
November 10th Board Meeting Present: Paul, Jim, George, Dennis, Randy, Brian, Brad, Quan Commenced: 6:58pm -Discussed board nominations for 2018 -Badge printer: Authorized for purchase. -Costco Pizza for Election Day -Voted to increase 2018 dues to $50. -Thank you Butch Bucciarelli for providing Harbor House for this year’s Winter Banquet. -Discussed possibility of International Drone Day for 2018. -Discussed bringing back MWE (Mid Winter Electric) -Jeff Struthers will continue Electroglide in 2018 -Jim will continue PopWing in 2018 -Treasurer’s Report- Thank you Paul for your service! Paul will help incoming Treasurer. -Safety Report: Safety is good, just some people flying over parking lot. -Brian to collect funds for holiday banquet. BOD Dinner Dec. 16th @ 6:30pm meeting adjourned: 8:46pm
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