In the next few months there are many changes to meeting locations and/or times.
Correct your calendar as required.July Chapter 651 Meeting (Location change)Moved to Jay's Antique Aerodrome (9WS2) for the "ice cream social".
Monday, July 9th @ 1900 hrs
2592 Golden Glow Rd, De Pere, WI 54115
July IFR Club (incl VFR ops) meeting (Date change)Wednesday, July 18th @ Jet Air
1921 Airport Drive Green Bay, WI 54313
Green Bay ATC will be presenting a discussion about operations during Airventure,
both IFR and VFR, in & out of Green Bay and surrounding airports.
Keep an eye out at the FAASTeam site (a state search, the event not avail yet) for additional information
including time, other tidbits, and the opportunity to RSVP for WINGs credit.August Chapter 651 Meeting (Location change)
Gordon "Gordy" Jones will be hosting the 651 meeting at Birch Creek (aka Antique Classic) Airfield (WS43).
Monday, August 13th @ 1900 hrs
Home - 2103 Birch Creek Dr, De Pere, WI 54115
Note(s) - The meeting may be at the hangar at the end of Birch Creek Drive. (will advise)Also, unknown at this time, we may need to provide food - volunteers requested.
September Chapter 651 Meeting (Date & location change)
Our VP, Al Timmerman, will be hosting the September meeting at his hangar
at Shawano Municipal Airport (KEZS).
Saturday, September 22nd - time & access instructions TBA.
Far NE hangar off of Gumaer Rd at the airport. Shawano, WI 54166Keep any eye out for another upcoming event which will need volunteers.
Planning on having a safety event on a second Wednesday.
Tentatively scheduled to be at Rio Creek (aka Walter's Agri-Center Airport, WI28).Have a safe 4th of July!
Once again Mother Nature showed up and put a slight "damp"-er & low ceilings for our annual pancake breakfast. It didn't deter 4 powered paraglider pilots showing up and putting on a little show. The weather didn't keep away drive-in's either. A success! Thank You to all that attended & of course, all the volunteers!
Our 3rd ever brat fry fundraiser was a complete success! A nice sunny day with strong north winds kept the temps down but didn't keep patrons away from the smell of brats on the grill. Thank You to all that volunteered!
Karen KalishekKalishek, Preidecker Named to NAFI Board*The National Association of Flight Instructors named two new members to its Board of Directors, and reelected officers at its meeting over the weekend at its offices in Kalamazoo, Michigan."Please join me in welcoming new NAFI Board Members Paul Preidecker and Karen Kalishek. We're excited to the have their enthusiasm and expertise as part of the NAFI team," Bob Meder, NAFI Board Chair, said."Many of you have also met and worked with Karen at the EAA AirVenture Pilot Proficiency Center, where she worked tirelessly to coordinate instructors and pilots during the event. Her enthusiasm and skills in working with volunteers, along with her extensive aviation experience, will be a great contribution to NAFI and to the aviation community as a whole."Karen Kalishek is a CFI, CFII, MEI, CFI-G, AGI, IGI, NAFI Master Instructor and FAASTeam Lead Representative. She holds an ATP certificate and has ASES and Glider Commercial privileges. She has held officer positions in and is actively involved with several aviation organizations. She is also a captain in the Civil Air Patrol, serving as a CAP volunteer flight instructor, check pilot, mission pilot and cadet orientation pilot. She is an independent flight instructor, has a particular fondness for antique aircraft and enjoys spending quality time with her RV-6.Before becoming a full-time flight instructor, she was an executive in the banking industry, taught graduate school, and as president of her own corporation spent over 20 years providing international consulting services in 37 countries.
*snipped from "eMENTOR" - The National Association of Flight Instructors Newsletter, March 2018
For those interested, we could get together as a group and head down to see either see the "Aviation Adventure Speaker Series" at the EAA Museum or "Movie Night" at the Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin. (Updated for 2018)
Aviation Adventure Speaker Series
Movies at the Aviation Heritage Center
"Cockpit climbs" following the presentation.
- August 16 - Col. Lavern Griffin:
Col. Griffin flew secret missions in
F-86 Sabers modified with cameras.
Griffin led pilots of the 15th Tactical
Reconnaissance Squadron on three
top secret over flights of Soviet air
bases in far eastern Siberia.
GRB History... (permalink on the left menu) Thank-You to Dick Powers and Don Pansierfor providing this excellent piece of local history.
Our treasurer, Karen Kalishek, happy following her successful examination for CFI-Glider.Karen received her commercial glider certificate in 2015 and since then has enjoyed flying sailplanes in Wisconsin, California, Arkansas, Tennessee, Arizona and Vermont. She is a member of the Wisconsin Soaring Society based in Hartford, Wisconsin. Karen invites powered pilots to experience the fun and skill development that is part of non-powered flight.
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