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Next Meeting

Flying The Hump Larry Jobe Saturday, May 2nd, McGowan’s Hangar @ 6PM

Larry’s main job is selling real estate for Yosemite Area Real Estate but while not doing that he is involved in a major project in China.

He has just returned from China where he and Nina participated in the dedication of the “Flying Tiger Heritage Park” museum, located in Guilin, China.

Larry will give us an update on the Park progress. 9 years in the making , the joint projec t is about to come to fruition. In celebration of the 70th year anniversary of the ending of hostilities in Asia, the Flying Tiger Historical Organization, of which Larry is president, will fly a C 47 from India to Guilin, China where the plane will be a part of the new museum ’s display.

Their plans for that event will be discussed, along with a little bit of past history and a little bit of the current plans with several of our Pine Mountain Lake friends and pilots who are involved.

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Noise Sensitive Area

Craig L. Pedro, Tuolumne County Administrator, in his letter dated November 13, 2009 reminds all the pilots about the noise sensitive areas near Pine Mountain Lake and Columbia airport. Please familiarize yourself with this areas

and also with:

Weather @ E45

 Hello, today is Friday, May 22nd, 2015.

Courtesy of Eric Henderson
This weather station is located off-airport and
should not be used for flight planning and navigational purpose.


Morning Twilight:
05:13 AM PDT
Sunrise: 05:43 AM PDT
Sunset: 08:11 PM PDT
Evening Twilight:
08:41 PM PDT



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