|EAA Chapter 240 announces Members Monthly Meeting & Cook-Out|
|Monday May 2nd, 2022 5:30pm|
For our May Membership Meeting we’re having a Cook-Out prior to the formal meeting, starting at 5:30pm, and hope you can join us. Guests & visitors most welcome. Please bring a side-dish or dessert (be creative!). We’ll supply drinks. Donations accepted in lieu of a food contribution.
Agenda this month:
Usual brief Chapter updates (30 mins), including:
-Board Meeting update
-Financials (looking good)
-Scholarships (not so good)
-Fly-Outs (more happening)
-Tech change (we’ve moved!)
-Welding Class details
Guest Speaker and topic this month:
Thorne Harkin – Delaware National Guard C-130H Pilot
Thorne started flying at 12 years old. He went to school at Marywood University for Aviation Management. After college, Thorne ran Reading Air school of flight and FBO. While at Reading, he became the youngest airshow promoter and learned the airshow business. Thorne was fortunate to get selected as a pilot in the Delaware Air National Guard and currently serves as a C-130H pilot, recently returning from a deployment overseas. Thorne is a member of EAA Chapter 240, and a CFI-2 at Flight Connection, the flight school at N57.
Presentation: Upset Recovery Training
The presentation will help alleviate those fears you may have of those dreaded spins or clear up some misconceptions about slips, skids, and spins. We will be covering many different topics, but will specifically identify how and when we could get into a spin, discuss preventative measures to keep us away from that point, and how to recover from a spin. This one will be a very fun and interactive evening.
Visitors & guests always welcomed at Chapter Membership Meetings. We’ll be complete around 9pm, at which time hangar flying will resume.
Meeting location: EAA240 Meeting Room, New Garden Airport N57, Toughkenamon PA
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