Sunday, Oct 21, 2018

Annual Chili Franks Fly In Cruise In

Portage Valley Flying Club, HAAR Airport (9OH1)

Elmore, OH


Shine up those Planes, Gas up those Cars! It's that time a year again!!

The 2018 BEST In The Midwest.

CHILI FRANKS FLY IN CRUISE IN.

Sunday OCTOBER 21st- 9am to 5pm chili serves at 11am.

BACK again this year - Jesse T Shulert and The Boom Chasers!

Portage Valley Flying Club, 4018 CR 82, Elmore, OH 43416.

9OH1 - Air to Air Frequency 122.90;

2,600' Turf 9/27.

For additional information Contact: Dee Wiese danno5691@aol.com or 419-340-5072




Learning to Fly...

The EAA Chapter 582 Learning to Fly Blog will feature stories and reviews on the education and learning side of our Chapter.

 

Hope you enjoy the posts here and we can help you stay motivated to continue your journey in Learning to Fly...

 

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  • Tuesday, January 28, 2014 11:24 AM | Jeff Hamons (Administrator)

    Hello Members, Pilots and Friends,

    The first meeting of the Toledo Chapter of IMC Clubs was held on Monday January 27, 2014 at our EAA 582 hanger in the Tom Walsh library.

      

    Our Chapter hanger proved to be warm and cozy with great technology including surround sound and multi-media projection which worked perfectly for our lively presentations. 

     

    EAA IMC Wings Bill Davis

     

    Much gratitude to the boys at Crow Executive Air for plowing us out last night they did a nice job. 

     

    We had 20 in attendance which was a good turnout for our first meeting and considering the recent weather. 

     

     

    EAA IMC Wings Program

     

    This email will recap all the resources and provide contact information for what we discussed last night.

     

    FAA Wings logo

     

     

    First, this was an FAA Wings Sanctioned Training Event.

     

    William (Bill) Davis, CFII and FAA Designated Representative was our instructor and educator for this event

     

    Bill can be contacted by email at william.davis@utoledo.edu His phone number is: (419) 376-1952

     

    Bill will be making sure you receive credit for attending but you have to make sure you are signed up for the Wings Program if you haven’t already.

     

    To sign up visit http://www.faasafety.govor use this direct link http://www.faasafety.gov/WINGS/pub/learn_more.aspx

     

     

    IMC Clubs

     

     

    Second, we are operating as the Toledo Chapter of IMC Clubs.

     

    The website for IMC Clubs is http://www.imcclubs.com click Join Now and follow the instructions if you care to join as a member.

     

    The IMC Club is a membership based Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization focused on instrument rated pilots and flight instructors, with a network of chapters throughout the nation. At IMC Club our purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency and safety. Along with IFR flying and monthly local chapter meetings, we offer a resource rich website which provides an electronic experience base. Our intent is to create a community of pilots in order to share information, provide recognition foster communications, promote safety and build proficiency in instrument flying. IMC Club Chapters offer monthly meetings in which pilots can network and share knowledge and experiences.

     

     

    Pilot Workshops

     

     

    Third, we are using Pilot Works for training content.  The training they provide is multi-media and Wings Certified for credit.

     

    To visit their website http://pilotworkshop.com/you can join as a subscriber of their free weekly Pilots Tips for you can subscribe to full content of your own if you want.  They currently have 40 training sessions on-line.

     

    We did #11 “Lost Comm at Teterboro” and number #40 “Foggy Night at Bridgeport”

     

    Both are scenario based training and provide for interactive group discussion with those in attendance.  Four options are presented for each scenario.  The group votes and the most popular option is submitted.  The group gets to learn how everyone else who took the scenario voted.  Over 600 pilots have looked at each scenario so you get to see how your discussion faired compared to all the others.  Full resources are provided for each scenario and four CFII instructors discuss each one afterwards.

     

     

     

    ANNOUNCING OUR NEXT MEETING:

    Please join us for our next scheduled IMC Club meeting of the Toledo Chapter at the EAA Chapter 582 hanger March, 24, 2014.

      

    IMC Club March Meeting

     

    Thanks to all of you for your interest in being a good pilot and for your willingness to learn and to help others.

     

    We are off to a GREAT START so plan on attending our next meeting and bring someone with you.

     

    Fraternally Yours,

     

    Jeff Hamons

    Member

    IMC Club – Toledo Chapter

    419-304-0011 - cell

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