The meeting was called to order by Pres. Kim Niebauer at 10:43 AM.
Two guests were present: Keith Albers from Grand Junction and his father Steve Albers, a pilot, formerly from Rockford, Illinois, who is visiting for a time. Seldom seen members Steve Robbins , Ray Versaw, and Roger Bulla were also present.
October meeting minutes were read by Sterling Hurst and were approved by the members.
Treasurer Ken Hurt reported a balance of $25.01, savings and $4,091.52 checking. The treasurer’s report was approved by the members. 2019 calendars are in. Those who spoke for them, get your $10 in to Ken Hurt. There are 7 left.
Old Business: Since Ladd will be building his project in his hangar, the EAA refrigerator and “library” cabinet will need to be moved – probably to the HAWK classroom. Ladd offered to do that for us. Meetings in the future could be held in the Cherokee hangar. Chairs and other items could be moved there or one of the other hangars to the East.
On Young Eagle Day, October, 20, twenty-five flights were given. A couple of them were not YE age. VP Bryan Miller reported that according to Michelle Hobbs, YE coordinator, the YE registration page on the website was now working! Thanks Steve Lindemann!
New Business: Our current officers have all agreed to continue on for another year. Our Christmas dinner/meeting will be Sat Dec 15 at 11AM at the Cattlemen’s Grill at the intersection of 12 ˝ Rd and HWY 6. Since it is at 11, you may order from the breakfast or lunch menus.
Sterling mentioned that EAA and AOPA websites offer numerous scholarships for flight students as well as instructions for flying clubs. Also, he will contact Craig Stout from West Star to give a program on Aviation Career Opportunities in Jan or Feb.
Meeting adjourned at 11:20 am for a great spaghetti lunch prepared by Ken & Jeri Hurt.
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