The June EAA 119 meeting features a talk given by Wally Roberts and Joe Jurnecka about their experiences as WWII Bomber pilots. Pete from the Coast Guard Auxillary will talk about his need to organize a few aircraft in the Monterey Bay area to support his unit. After the break we will have a somewhat short meeting and honor those members that volunteered for the Airshow.
This month's issue features photos of the winners of the best aircraft at this year's Watsonville Fly-In and Air Show. In the President's Corner, president Bill DeRouchey talks about how fortunate we are to live in a country and time that enables us to build some pretty remarkable aircraft.
The 44th Annual Watsonville Fly-in and Air Show will be held on May 23rd - May 25th. See http://www.watsonvilleflyin.org/ for more information.
EAA 119 is hosting a pancake breakfast and will be selling hotdogs at the 44th Annual Watsonville Fly-In and Airshow
There will be a pancake breakfast in the EAA hangar on Sat. May 24 and Sun. May 25 for pilots and airshow attendees from 7am to 11am. The cost is $7.00 for pancakes, sausage, and coffee.
Hotdogs will also be sold from 11am to 7pm.
Open to kids, ages 8 to 17.
The EAA Young Eagles program enables kids to receive a free 20-minute airplane ride (weather permitting), including a picture, and a certificate. Chapter 119 hosts the Young Eagles program the first Saturday of the month from May through November. Free lunch is also included for the kids. Parents can pay $3.00 if they would like lunch as well. Registration is closed at 12:30PM and we cannot accept any kids thereafter. More information.