Delaware R/C Club Newsletter                    June 2004

AMA Club #197 (District IV)            IMAA Chapter #687

 Editors:                     Carl Hauger                 302-322-8580 

                                    Ryan Jamison             302-234-8645 

 Co-Publisher:           John Kirchstein          302-731-2831 

 President:                 Brian Pasternak          302-765-2545 

 Vice President:         Jim Schlapfer               302-731-4052 

 Secretary:                 Ryan Jamison             302-234-8645 

 Treasurer:                 Dick Stewart                302-368-2911 

 Safety Officers:        Mike Hudak                302-366-0246 

                                    Diane Hudak               302-366-0246 



Next Club Meeting: Tuesday, June 1, 2004, 7:30 p.m.

Location: Lums Pond Flying Field

Raffle: TBA

Program Topic – TBA


Next Major Event: Fun Scale Contest (AMA)

Saturday, June 19, 2004

Contact: Tony Albence




Secretary’s Scratchings

The General Membership meeting of the Delaware R/C Club was held on Tuesday, May 4, 2004. President Brian Pasternak called the meeting to order at 7:30

Treasurer's Report

Dick Stewart gave treasurer's report.

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The Treasurer's Report was accepted as presented.

Club events

Warbirds Over Delaware will be taking place on July 8th through July 11th.  Volunteers are needed, so if you're available to help please sign up via web or fill out forms will be provided.

There will be 100 tickets sold and raffled of for a ride in either a PT-17, or an AT-6.  Tickets will cost $10.00 each.

Helis Over Delaware will be held on July 23rd through the 25th.

The fun scale contest will be held on Saturday June 12th.  Volunteers are needed as judges for the event.

Show and Tell

Dick Stewart brought a Seagull Models' Razzle.  It weighs 7 pounds, has an evolution .61 engine in it, and Dick says it flys great.  It is guided by an Airtronics RD-8000, and is covered in Ultracote.

Mark Weiss brought a U Can Do 3-D.  It is powered by an O.S. .46 engine, guided by a JR radio, and has seven servos.  Mark reported that it was a high quality kit, and came out light.

Mark also brought along a Hangar 9 Sukhoi.  It has a ZDZ 80 for power and weights 24 pounds.  It has not been flown yet, but will be done in the near future.

Jim Schlapher brought a Fat P-47.  It weighs 8 ounces with an all foam construction, and is powered by a GWS motor.  It is produced by

Safety Minute

This months' safety tip is to make sure you do not fly to close to the pits.  If an aircraft gets out of control it could be a serious hazard.

Also, AMA identifications are required in all aircraft.


This months raffle prize was an O.S. .65 LA Blue, won by Paul Gustafson.


The meeting was adjourned at 8:35 PM.

Respectfully Submitted,

Ryan Jamison, Secretary



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