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  • New  Our summer Fun Fly was a great success according to what I have heard.  I was unable to attend.
  •  Our first Fun Fly of the season was held on Saturday, June 10th.  The weather was great, the food was great, and a good time was had by all.
  • For those of you interested in drones, I have updated the link to The 74 Best Drones Website in 2017 on our links page. You can also get to it from here.
  • Our last club meeting is now history.  A new executive was chosen with a returning President, Demetri Giokas and a new Membership Officer, Don Keeley.  Other executive positions remained the same.  For a complete list, see the Executive page.
  • Our 3rd. Annual War Bird Rally was held at the field on Saturday, July 9th.  I understand it went quite well but attendance was down a little from last year partly due to the weather.
  • Here is an interesting article about " How NOT to make friends at the flying field".  It was sent to me by Andre Laurent.  It makes for a good read and should be followed by all of us.  Just click on the link.
  • An Interac Money Transfer form has been added to the Forms page so that now you can pay your club dues on line by transferring funds via email.  Fill in the form on line and follow the directions on the form.
  • I have added a private section to the Membership> Members Information tab.  It contains the 2016 and 2017 membership lists and the club by-laws.  It also includes a list of members who have not paid their MAAC fees yet.  Click on the "Members Area Only" box and use the 2016 gate code as the password for now. Use the 2017 one later in the season,  (make sure pop-ups are allowed for our site.)  This will bring up another page where you can view and/or download the lists.
  • In order to be kept up to date on anything of importance, your current email address has to be correct.   If your email has changed recently, click on the Contact Us tab and send an email to the Membership Officer.  It can't get any easier.

Picture/Video of the Month

A young British pilot flying a small turboprop aircraft in the wild jungles and mountains of Indonesia lands on an airstrip that most pilots would not dare. It took an indigenous tribe 14 years of construction to build this runway.

Click here or on the picture to start the video.

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