11:00am* Saturday May 9th
Lowcountry Regional Airport, Waterboro (RBW) Terminal Building
Major Josh Pugliese was scheduled to be the guest speaker at our March meeting but had to cancel due to Air Force commitments. We're hoping he might be able to reschedule for May. Major Pugliese is a C-17 pilot stationed at Charleston Air Force Base and he will be providing us with a presentation on Mid-Air Collision Avoidance (MACA). This should be a very informative lecture, especially for those of us who are actively flying. Following this presentation will be a question and answer period.
There will also be a short Chapter Meeting to discuss future events. Then about noon the grill will be fired up for cooking hot dogs and hamburgers. Please bring $5 to help cover the cost of the food & drink. As usual, guests are welcome to drop in, and for these visitors, lunch is "on us".
So, mark your calendar and come join us for this great presentation.
Also, those of you who placed your order for shirts, they will be available for pick up at this meeting.
*As usual, some members will be flying Young Eagles at 9:00 am. If you would like to help with the flights or ground operations please contact Jeff Grigg: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 477 Embroidered Shirts
As most of you are aware, as an incentive to join or renew your membership to The EAA Chapter 477, you can have a quality, embroidered shirt for only $10 more. These shirts are made by Inner Harbor and are 100% cotton pique. Each shirt will have the Chapter 477 Logo on the right breast and the EAA Chapter 477 letters on the left sleeve. You can also select the color of White or Royal Blue. Additional shirts can be purchased for the regular price of $28.
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Whether or not you're a pilot, building or restoring an aircraft, or just a sport aviation enthusiast, we'd love to have you drop in on one of our Chapter 477 meetings! Then if you'd like to join our Chapter you can print and fill out a "paper" membership application here, or use our online form here.
Each month we publish our Chapter 477 newsletter, the "FlyPaper", which includes the information on current projects, plans, and upcoming aviation events in the Charleston area and beyond. You can view and print it here, or if you would like to have a paper version mailed to you, please fill out this form.