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July, 2024

Saturday
6
Twin Oaks Airpark (7S3)
8:00 AM
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Monthly Pancake Breakfast
The EAA-105 Chapter sponsors a monthly pancake breakfast, open to everyone! It’s on the first Saturday of every month at Twin Oaks Airpark.

Begun by the Chapter in 1994 to raise funds for the construction of a hangar, our monthly breakfast has become a local tradition. Folks from all over the Northwest come by car and by air to enjoy our breakfast, walk the flight line, and talk airplanes. When good weather prevails it’s common to have over thirty aircraft fly in including a heavy contingency of RVs.

The menu is simple: scrambled eggs, blueberry pancakes, strips of bacon or breakfast sausage, grits, orange juice, coffee, tea, hot chocolate.

Rain or shine, holidays or not, breakfast will be served the first Saturday of every month. The hangar door to the dining hall opens at 8:00 AM. The line can get noticeably long by 9:00 AM, with many regulars showing up by 7:30 AM to avoid the crowds. The hangar door to the dining hall is usually closed by 10:00 AM, but if you’re in line by then, you’ll be served. No one goes away hungry!
Thursday
11
CAA Clubhouse
5:00 PM
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The Presentations committee will the 2nd Thursday of the month, at 5:00 pm, just prior to the Board meeting. This is an open meeting. Any member can attend and offer suggestions. The more involvement the better the presentations.
Thursday
11
Thursday
11
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forthcoming
Friday
12
4S2, Hood River
8:00 AM
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Come and see what WAAAM has to offer, Automotive edition. The Wester Antique Airplane and Automobile Museum has a little for everyone. Their annual car meet leaves little to be desired with unique cars on display from their collection as well as patrons from around the area. Fruit orchards, wine tours, breweries, train rides, museum tours and great food. What do you want to focus on? Lodging TBD. Plenty of hotels, B&Bs and camping(?) options available. Fly-in or drive in and stay for the weekend! Host: TBD
Saturday
13
4S2, Hood River
8:00 AM
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Come and see what WAAAM has to offer, Automotive edition. The Wester Antique Airplane and Automobile Museum has a little for everyone. Their annual car meet leaves little to be desired with unique cars on display from their collection as well as patrons from around the area. Fruit orchards, wine tours, breweries, train rides, museum tours and great food. What do you want to focus on? Lodging TBD. Plenty of hotels, B&Bs and camping(?) options available. Fly-in or drive in and stay for the weekend! Host: TBD
Saturday
13
CAA Clubhouse
12:00 PM
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Reserved by John Cox
Sunday
14
4S2, Hood River
8:00 AM
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Come and see what WAAAM has to offer, Automotive edition. The Wester Antique Airplane and Automobile Museum has a little for everyone. Their annual car meet leaves little to be desired with unique cars on display from their collection as well as patrons from around the area. Fruit orchards, wine tours, breweries, train rides, museum tours and great food. What do you want to focus on? Lodging TBD. Plenty of hotels, B&Bs and camping(?) options available. Fly-in or drive in and stay for the weekend! Host: TBD
Thursday
18
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John will tell us about the path to becoming a Naval Aviator -- primary flight training in the T-34C, a souped-up Bonanza, multiengine training in a King Air. Inform us about the P3 and a bit about its mission -- deployments and detachments to interesting places around the Pacific and Indian Ocean; how the platform chased submarines and contributed to the overall Navy strategy.
Thursday
25
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Chris "PYRO" Barber serves on the board of directors of the Oregon International Airshow. Pyro will give us an insider‘s view of what goes on behind the scenes for the two air shows each year, including performer recruiting, airshow logistics, and benefits to the community. He will also touch on his military flying career and his current position as captain and check airman for Southwest Airlines.