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June, 2024

Saturday
1
Twin Oaks Airpark (7S3)
8:00 AM
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Monthly Pancake Breakfast
The EAA-105 Chapter sponsors a monthly pancake breakfast, open to everyone! It’s on the first Saturday of every month at Twin Oaks Airpark.

Begun by the Chapter in 1994 to raise funds for the construction of a hangar, our monthly breakfast has become a local tradition. Folks from all over the Northwest come by car and by air to enjoy our breakfast, walk the flight line, and talk airplanes. When good weather prevails it’s common to have over thirty aircraft fly in including a heavy contingency of RVs.

The menu is simple: scrambled eggs, blueberry pancakes, strips of bacon or breakfast sausage, grits, orange juice, coffee, tea, hot chocolate.

Rain or shine, holidays or not, breakfast will be served the first Saturday of every month. The hangar door to the dining hall opens at 8:00 AM. The line can get noticeably long by 9:00 AM, with many regulars showing up by 7:30 AM to avoid the crowds. The hangar door to the dining hall is usually closed by 10:00 AM, but if you’re in line by then, you’ll be served. No one goes away hungry!
Thursday
6
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Rob is Angel Flights West Oregon Wing Leader and will present the information about the program and how to become a member.
Friday
7
Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum
7:00 PM
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Enjoy an exclusive evening in the Evergreen Aviation Museum as we delve into the captivating narratives of D-Day and the Museum‘s own C-47 Skytrain. Our esteemed guest, Boeing Historian Mike Lombardi, will guide us through an enriching journey, sharing insights and anecdotes that bring history to life.

Following the enlightening tour, indulge in a sumptuous dinner prepared by our talented culinary team. Engage in stimulating conversations with fellow guests, share perspectives, and forge connections amidst the inspiring ambiance of the Museum.

Semi-Formal Attire: Opt for polished attire such as a suit, dress shirt, and tie or a dressy blouse with dress pants or a skirt. Consider a dress or a chic pant suit for a more formal touch. Avoid overly casual clothing like jeans or T-shirts, and overly formal attire like tuxedos or ballgowns.
Saturday
8
Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum
10:00 AM
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Commemorate the 80th Anniversary of D-Day on Saturday, June 8th by honoring local Oregonians who served in World War II. Relive history at Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum through a full itinerary of Battle of Normandy education and experiences.

Admission includes a screening of the D-Day film, followed by an engaging panel led by our Education Director and featuring Boeing Senior Historian, WWII Veterans, a C-47 expert, and more.

Drop by the Aviator Café for a discounted bite to eat before soaring to new heights with a WWII-focused tour centralized around our C-47 Skytrain that flew in the Battle of Normandy.

This event includes full-day access to both the Aviation and Space Museums.
Thursday
13
CAA Clubhouse
5:00 PM
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The Presentations committee meets the 2nd Thursday of the month, at 5:00 pm, just prior to the Board meeting. This is an open meeting. Any member can attend and offer suggestions. The more involvement the better the presentations.
Thursday
13
Thursday
13
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Curt J. Cowley, FAASTeam Program Manager - Airworthiness, Portland Flight Standards District Office
Will speak in the issues and risks on the first flight out of the shop.
Sunday
16
T-Mobile Park
8:00 AM
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Fly up to Seattle for the day for a Mariners game; hope you enjoy garlic fries! Coordinate with Aric before buying tickets. Tentatively planning SEC 124. Game is at 1:10PM. Fly in to Lake Union or Boeing Field, both can be options, IF you are properly equipped... Train-Out if weather fails us!
Thursday
20
CAA Clubhouse
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forthcoming
Friday
21
0WA2 Curtis Airport
2:00 PM
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Camping adventure hosted by EAA 609. A fun fly-in on a private grass strip with a hosted breakfasts and potluck dinners. Expect bonfires, peanuts, oysters and camaraderie! The locals love to spend the day out at Copalis state for the day so if you want to try landing on only charted airport on a beach, this might be a great opportunity. Ample space to park and camp under your wing with everything from Aeronca Champs to Seabees to RVs. We like to fly during the day and eat too much in the evenings. 0WA2, 7 NM SW of KCLS. 2100 Foot turf Runway with landing to the North being the best option. Crosswind runway available for STOL aircraft only. https://skyvector.com/airport/0WA2/Curtis-Airport Host: Aric
Saturday
22
0WA2 Curtis Airport
2:00 PM
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Camping adventure hosted by EAA 609. A fun fly-in on a private grass strip with a hosted breakfasts and potluck dinners. Expect bonfires, peanuts, oysters and camaraderie! The locals love to spend the day out at Copalis state for the day so if you want to try landing on only charted airport on a beach, this might be a great opportunity. Ample space to park and camp under your wing with everything from Aeronca Champs to Seabees to RVs. We like to fly during the day and eat too much in the evenings. 0WA2, 7 NM SW of KCLS. 2100 Foot turf Runway with landing to the North being the best option. Crosswind runway available for STOL aircraft only. https://skyvector.com/airport/0WA2/Curtis-Airport Host: Aric
Sunday
23
0WA2 Curtis Airport
2:00 PM
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Camping adventure hosted by EAA 609. A fun fly-in on a private grass strip with a hosted breakfasts and potluck dinners. Expect bonfires, peanuts, oysters and camaraderie! The locals love to spend the day out at Copalis state for the day so if you want to try landing on only charted airport on a beach, this might be a great opportunity. Ample space to park and camp under your wing with everything from Aeronca Champs to Seabees to RVs. We like to fly during the day and eat too much in the evenings. 0WA2, 7 NM SW of KCLS. 2100 Foot turf Runway with landing to the North being the best option. Crosswind runway available for STOL aircraft only. https://skyvector.com/airport/0WA2/Curtis-Airport Host: Aric
Thursday
27
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forthcoming