Wednesday April 5th

Our guest speaker will be Randy Ottinger, a BlackHawk Helicopter pilot who is currently deployed in El Salvador with the Illinois Army National Guard 106th Aviation Regiment. He will be back in time for our meeting.

Randy has 35 plus years of continuous active service in the U.S. Army, Army Reserves and currently the U.S. Army National Guard. His "regular job" is an Aviation Safety Program Analyst with the Federal Aviation Administration in St. Louis FSDO where he reviews all aspects of the Airline Aviation Safety Programs in order to reduce the possibility of accidents. He has an ATP rating for single and multi-engine airplane as well as helicopters.
Please, please call Mark Weber before April 3rd at 636-458-2529 or Email RSVP@MoPilots.US so that we can give an accurate count to the Greenbriar County Club (12665 Big Bend Blvd, Kirkwood just west of I-270) which has reopened after extensive renovations. Social at 1800; Dinner at 1900; Speaker at 2000.
We apologize for the lateness in the last few newsletters which took several weeks to be delivered. We have complained to the Post Office who began a new sorting system for bulk mailings like ours. We hope the system is now running without the recent problems in delivering our newsletter.

Sunday April 2nd

Let's hope that the weather cooperates so we can finally Fly-Out to Sikeston (SIK) for Lunch at Lambert's "Home of the Throwed Rolls". If you have never been to Lambert's you are in for a treat - its fun and the food is good. The owners love pilots and enjoy picking them up at the airport for a short ride to the restaurant where they sneak us in via the side door so we don't have to wait in line outside. Plan to arrive at SIK at 1145. If you will be joining us call Sue Smith at 636-274-3663 or email her at Sue@MoPilots.US.

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Wings of Hope Needs You!

Wings of Hope is looking for experienced pilots to volunteer their time flying our St. Louis based free Medical Air Transport. This Cessna 206 is used to transport people to various specialized hospitals in the Midwest. If you are looking for a way to help those less fortunate, this unique opportunity is for you. For more information call Wings of Hope, 636-537-1302 or 800-448-9476, and ask for Doug Clements, Executive Director.

You can also visit their website by clicking on the picture above.