MAR/C September Bulletin

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Items of general interest from the August Board of Director's meeting:

 

Fall club meeting date changes

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Fall Club Meeting Dates: The September, October and November meeting dates have moved from their normal third Thursday dates:

MAR/C August Newsletter

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MARYMOOR RC CLUB

 

August 2015 NEWSLETTER

MAR/C July Newsletter

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Items of general interest from the July Board of Director's meeting:

Lost Club Trainer in the tall grass

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The Club Trainer (Sig Senior Cadet) was lost in the tall grass on Tuesday June 30th due to a wing failure. If you locate the plane please contact any board member.

MAR/C Sport Scale Content and BBQ, Sat July 11

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We'll be holding a Sport Scale Contest on Saturday, July 11 at the field from 9am to 4pm. Cash prized for 1st, 2nd and 3rd plane. Details can be found here: http://www.mar-c.org/content/marc-sport-scale-contest-and-bbq.

President's Letter April 2015

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With a new flying season fast upon us, I hope everyone is remembering to check any equipment that was stored for the winter carefully, cycle your radio batteries, and make sure any minor end-of season damage has been fully repaired. It's pretty surprising how many things can start to work their way loose, even on electrics. 

Along with your prep work, I'd like to bring everyone up to speed on some recent developments, both good and bad: 

President's Letter August 2014

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Lost and (not) Found

I’ve noticed a disturbing trend in the number of posted notices at the field about items left at the field, which are staying missing. As a club, I would hope we have more of a sense of shared responsibility to each other to have moved beyond a “finders, keepers” attitude.

President's Letter July 2014

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" I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had the time to make it shorter."—Blaise Pascal

Lots of stuff happening, so in the spirit of the above quote, forgive me if this is a relatively long missive.

MAR/C Safety Recommendations

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Now that we are into another flying season, there are some considerations that we should address. As you all know, the terrain surrounding the field is considerably hostile, blackberry bushes, nettles, and what is left is tall and easy to either get lost in or fall down and have a heck of a time getting back up. There are a number of trees out there that are always inviting our aircraft for a visit and occasionally we error and our plane ends up out there in the wild.

Many of us are advancing in age and should take a few precautions when seeking our plane

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