April 3rd

April 3rd Meeting will feature Clarence Butts, Regional Marketing Manager for Flight Safety International.

Members and friends of aviation are invited to attend. Location: Greenbriar Country Club on Big Bend just west of I-270. Social at 1800, Dinner ($16) at 1900, Speaker at 2000. Reservations are required for Dinner; please call Gary Johnson at 314-965-1789 before Monday, April 1st. If you can't join us for dinner, feel free to drop in at 2000 to hear what Clarence has to say.

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(Have a present you don't know what to do with it? Bring it to the Meeting
and donate it to our 50/50. You'll get 3 free tickets for each item donated.)

April 13th [ Event Canceled - see April 21st for our Fly-Out ]

Fly-Out to Malden (MAW), the largest general aviation airport in the State of Missouri. It was once an Air Force Base and was turned over to the City after World War II. For those of us who enjoyed Dennis McGarity speak last month the Missouri Agricultural Association is holding a spray test clinic for those in the business and all are invited to come watch how they do their job. They are starting at the crack of dawn, we will arrive close to the end of the clinic in time to see a demonstration and then the fish fry feast which the MO Ag Association is gracious enough to host at no cost to us. Be sure to show your appreciation and thank them. Gather at Jetcorp 1015 depart by 1030. I MUST have a head count by the week of April 8th. You can back out if you can't make it but DON'T just show up. They need a head count for the free lunch. Call Jaime Dant at 314 352-3983 if you plan to join us.


April 21st

Linn State Technical College & It's AirportFly-Out to Linn (1H3) for Linn State Technical College's Annual Open House from 1200 to 1600. Tours, Free Refreshments and Door Prizes as well as Car Cruise-In and National Guard Fly-In! One of the programs offered by Linn State is Aviation Maintenance. They will be running their turbine engine 1300-1500 in the Doublas-Green Buliding. Besides the Aviation Department other departments will be having demos. The College is located right at the airport which is one of Missouri's best kept secrets! The airport is about 20 miles SE of Jefferson City.
Gather at Jetcorp 1045 depart by 1115. Call Jaime Dant at 314 352-3983 if you plan to join us.

April 20th


Second Annual Youth Aviation Day at Spirit Airport.
The MPA will again be assisting EAA with their Young Eagles Program. Last year over 200 kids got their first ride in an airplane, flying from SUS to Six Flags and back.

All enjoyed the free Hot Dogs & Soda, checking out the aircraft on display, etc. Volunteers are
needed. Call Richard at 636-458-4576 or Click the Button below to Volunteer even if you can only spare even part of the day. Click any of the logos to see what is was like last year as well as information about Erik Lindbergh recreating his grandfather's flight to Paris. You didn't get to see Charles Lindbergh fly from St Louis to New York in the Spirit of St Louis but you will get to see Erik Lindbergh depart SUS for New York for this historic trip. The Saint Louis Science Center will be Mission Control and Spirit Airport will be Operations HQ.






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