Young Eagles - October 4th, 2014
1. Young Eagles at PML
We need volunteer pilots and helpers! Pilots must be EAA members, insured and current. Pilot briefing begins at 8:00am. We also need people to help organize and register the kids. Please call Ed Gregory, 962-5061, to sign-up.
PML Young Eagle events typically draw over 50 enthusiastic youngsters looking forward to an introductory flight. As a result of this experience, some of these kids may become our future pilots.
Community Airport Day - October 4th, 2014
Community Airport Day offers fun and adventure all afternoon. Invite your friends and neighbors and prepare to get involved! Watch your email for set-up and tear-down times.
The event starts at noon and finishes at 3:00pm, followed by dinner at 6:00pm for PMLAA members at Kay Meermans’ hangar. During the afternoon you’ll see fly-bys and formation flying, model airplanes, precision landing contests, skydivers and winged suits, and special aerial displays. You can also exhibit your plane or car, participate in flour bombing and spot landing contests, or help sell refreshments. Contact Catherine Santa Maria, 962-7904 to volunteer.
This event is designed to showcase the benefits of our local airport and build support in the community.
November 1st, 2014 - Meeting
Landon Curt Noll
Flying to living in the land way down under To the south pole and back again in search of meteorites
The PMLAA webstore is now live
The PMLAA webstore is now live at http://www.companycasuals.com/pmlaa/start.jsp
PML Aero Club
The PML Aero Club now has a website: http://www.pmlaeroclub.com.
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 Tuesday, September 30th, 2014.
Columbia (O22) AWOS online
Try it by clicking here
Courtesy of Kirk
The Camera is a Kodak DC3400 in a weather-proof housing mounted to a mast on the roof. The camera is pointing South-West with the end of runway 9 in the center.
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