Our November meeting will be a luncheon at the 12th Avenue Cafe in Issaquah, WA at 11:30am on Saturday November 17th. We’ll be meeting there at 11am and seating will be at 11:30am. After lunch, the meeting will commence. For more information, check out our members section on the website and contact Andrea Chay to RSVP.
Come join fellow members at our annual Christmas Party, December 2, 2018. Our December meeting will be held at the party. Food, friends, drinks, and a White Elephant gift exchange. Please RSVP by November 26th to Helen Parke Wall. Her contact information can be found in the Members section of our website. Once you RSVP, she will send more details about the event. Hope to see you there!
Join us for the “Jet Blast Bash,” the annual Seafair weekend event at the Museum of Flight. For those who are not familiar, this event takes place on the first weekend of August 4th and 5th from 10am to 4pm. The Navy Blue Angels take off and land for their airshow at Boeing Field, right outside the fence of the parking lot. There will be static aircraft displays, community exhibitors, music, food and family activities in the lot. And if you’ve never seen the Blue Angels take off and land up close, it’s pretty amazing! Please contact our Chair, Theresa White if you are interested in helping out with our table and booth at the event
Airmail Centenary - Historic Flight Foundation (HFF) at Paine Field will help commemorate 100 years of airmail service. On May 13, three Speedmails will depart San Diego's Gillespie Field and follow Contract Airmail Route #8 on their way to Paine Field, with several stops in between. They're scheduled to arrive at HFF on May 18. You can follow their trek on HFF's Facebook page. They're planning a dinner reception May 18, but I don't know if tickets are still available (Marty Vale, me and Mike will be there). Check out their Facebook page and website at http://historicflight.org/hf/
iFly (the indoor skydiving place) is having a friends and family event from May 7-11. They have new virtual reality (VR) headsets that they'll be trying in the wind tunnel. Cat Adam, one of our members, works there and could help us set something up.
Let Theresa White know asap if you would be interested in meeting up for this. She can be contacted through our membership pages or our website contact page form.
Meeting will be at the Roosevelt Inn in Coeur d'Alene, ID. Reservations for rooms should be made by March 21st 208-765-5200.
The BOD meeting will commence at 0830 on Saturday at the Roosevelt Inn, but the fun actually begins Friday night with a BBQ at Addison Pemberton's hanger at Felt's Field. Tickets are $20 each. Join the raffle to ride in Addison's Grumann Goose. 5 people can win and the first ticket drawn gets to ride the RIGHT seat! Tickets are $5, $15, or $20.
We'll start off our meeting at Fonda La Catrina 5905 Airport Way S. Seattle, WA 98108 206-767-2787 at 5pm and then head out to the Museum of Flight at 7pm for the AOPA seminar Collision Course: Avoidng Airborn Traffic.
Please see the Membership pages or emails sent by Theresa for more information.
Women Fly is The Museum of Flight's annual event for youth interested in aviation, aerospace, and STEM futures. Participants are invited to participate in a day of motivational and career-oriented activities that will allow them to meet and learn from professional women working in a variety of STEM careers. Middle School Day March 22nd and High School Day is March 23rd. This is a volunteer opportunity for members to help at our booth and workshop help, contact Theresa White to volunteer. For more information on the event, checkout http://www.museumofflight.org/Education/Explore-programs/women-fly
The Greater Seattle 99s will have an informational booth at the show. Greater Seattle 99 members, this is a great opportunity to hang out with friends and inform others about our organization. We'd love to meet new potential members at the show--Come visit to learn more about our organization and learn more about aviation in the Pacific Northwest. http://www.washington-aviation.org/NACoverview.html This is a volunteer opportunity for members to help at the 99 booth and help desk: Contact Rashell Rozenkranz for more information
This is a class that is taught by the 99s for flying companions of pilots who want to learn more about what goes in to flying a plane. Topics include learn how and why the airplane flies, how to read an aviation chart, who to talk to on the radio, how to navigate where you want to go, what to do in an emergency, safety tips and much more. This is a volunteer opportunity for members. For more information, look at our events page or contact Andrea Chay or Theresa White.
We will be having our meeting at a different location for the January meeting. One of our lifetime members, Liz Lundin, has offered to have a luncheon at her place of residence before the meeting. The luncheon will be held from 1pm to 2:30pm. Please RSVP if you plan to come for the luncheon, as there is only room for 15 people. The meeting will be held afterwards at Liz's and all are invited to attend the general meeting starting at 2:30pm. For more information on location and directions for the luncheon, please log in to our membership pages. To RSVP for the luncheon, contact our Chair Theresa White.