EAA863 is super excited for our next 5th Saturday breakfast tomorrow, 7/31/21. Breakfast begins at 7A and lasts until 10A. Provided that the food holds out. 🙂 Young Eagle flights begin at 10A. Do not miss this event! The public is welcomed and encouraged to attend. Parking: Please park outside of the gate on theContinue reading “5th Saturday breakfast tomorrow 7/31/21”
EAA863’s very own Ron Dillard explained the importance of spin training and acrobatics to pilots.
Those coming around the Lebanon Airport (M54) may have noticed the construction going on nearby. That was the focus of Lebanon Airport Commission Chairman Ralph Mallicoat’s presentation to chapter EAA863 during the June 2021 Chapter meeting.
In mid May 2021, 27 members from chapter EAA863 made their way to the Dayton, OH National Air Force museum. EAA863 would like to recognize Events Coordinator Jamie Teet for all of her work on this event. Members traveled via personal vehicle, personal flying, or the rented 15 passenger van provided by the chapter. MemberContinue reading “EAA863 trip to Air Force museum”
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of a longtime general aviation supporter, Paul M Bridges. Mr. Bridges was very instrumental in the saving and further development of Lewis County Airport, (0M3).