Where: So St. Paul Airport, Fleming Field Terminal Building Meeting Room, 1725 Henry Ave., So St. Paul, MN
Time: 7:00 PM
Agenda: Current Club business. Final preparations for Holiday dinner. Discuss trip to Fagen Fighters WWII Museum
RVRC Board President -Dan Knack - (651) 200-5607 Cell -(651) 248-6301 Vice President – Marc Radle - 612-770-0298 Secretary/Treasurer – Steve Hefty – 651-690-3017
Thanks to all of the members who helped prepare the field for the winter. Just a reminder that the field is always open for use, but some of the amenities you may be used to won’t be available over the winter. Also, we don’t snowplow the lot, so take that into consideration when planning your visit over the winter months.
2019 Holiday dinner date is set and I will need an RSVP from members by November 29th.
Annual RVRC Holiday Dinner
The Holiday Dinner will be at Tinucci’s, in Newport once again. The date is set for Saturday, December 14th at 5:30 PM. It’s an all you care to eat buffet and the cost will be $25 per person. There will be a cash bar. Only Club members and their significant others please.
The menu includes: Prime Rib carved to order, Baked Chicken, BBQ Ribs, Au Gratin Potatoes, Penne Alfredo, Deep Fried Cauliflower, Steamed Vegetables, Roasted Potatoes, a 35 item salad bar and an appetizer bar. Watch your e-mail for updates.
AMA Government Affairs Update 10-9-19
Reprinted from AMA Government Blog
AMA Government Affairs Director, Tyler Dobbs, sits down to discuss the FAA’s new proposed policy on altitude restrictions and how AMA is fighting back.
We urge you to send a letter to your elected representatives in Congress and ask them to contact the FAA concerning this critical issue. Please visit www.modelaircraft.org/higher-flightto contact your representative.
The podcast can be found at the following address: https://youtu.be/RAvutzMl1Qk
Fagen Fighters WWII Museum
I’m considering a day trip to the Fagen Fighters WWII Museum in Granite Falls MN on Saturday December 7th. Interested members should contact me at email@example.com.
I propose to meet at the Fort Snelling Park & Ride at 7:15 AM Saturday morning where we can ride share to the museum. We will depart the Park and Ride at 7:30 AM, and stop for breakfast in Norwood Young America, and should arrive at the museum around 11:00 AM. After visiting the museum, the group will decide
when and where to have lunch, then drive home. Hopefully we will all be home by dinner or shortly after. The drive to the museum and back is approximately 2 hours each way.
The museum is known for its collection of WWII aircraft, including a B-25, P-40, P-38, and P-51, and they are all flown! In addition there are a number of support aircraft and other military vehicles. If the weather cooperates, we may be able to witness some flights. Also, if we get a large enough group, I can request a guided tour.
Some highlights of the museum include a display depicting the Normandy Beach landing, featuring sand from Normandy beach, a boxcar transported here from Europe used to transport POW’s and Holocaust victims, a working WWII radio and General Bradley’s jeep.
Please indicate your willingness to attend by November 22nd.