Pullman The Palouse Ridge Runner Moscow
Palouse Region R/C Flyers Newsletter
============================== May 2012 ================================
The next club meeting will be at Jack-in-the-Box in Moscow (Moscow-Pullman Highway), Tuesday, May 1 (contact club President Mark Scarborough for information).
Minutes accepted as published.
Orrin Crooks Memorial Glider Meet is scheduled for May 12-13 at the Mann Lake field near Lewiston.
Lewis-Clark Memorial Fun Fly is scheduled for May 19 at the Mann Lake field near Lewiston.Lewis-Clark Aerotow is scheduled for June 2-3 at the Mann Lake field.
Bertle Spence had hip replacement surgery. The club sent a get-well card.Mike Marsh is moving back to California. He is having a yard April 7-8. Sale items include RC planes and power tools.
Phil Tallman reported that the two Cubs are still in progress. Phil has been flying indoors at Asotin and float flying on a puddle at Leroy Johnson's field south of Pullman.
Steve Overley is working on getting ARF war bird models ready to fly. Steve has been flying indoors at Asotin and outdoors at Mann Lake.
Elmer Carlson reported that the Crackerjack he's building from magazine plans is making some progress.
Don Hart has been flying indoors at Asotin and outdoors at Mann Lake. Don is working on a 30cc YAK 54 he bought at the Spokane swap meet. The model came with servos and fuel system. Don is installing a DLE 30cc gas engine.
Mark Scarborough won best finish awards (pilot's choice and appearance judges) at the Tucson Vintage CL Stunt event. The high altitude affected engine tuning and how Mark's original design Avenger flew. Mark finished with a respectable place in a very stellar list of competitors, including some of the grand old men of CL stunt.
Mall Show Report
Mark Scarbourough won the Slow Stick raffle prize and an engraved cup for best of show with his Avenger CL stunt model. Randy Sexton won the helicopter raffle prize. The raffle brought in $237. Another $105 came in from hat and shirt sales. There was a very good turnout of planes on display and club members to man the show.Potlatch Mill Site
The runway at the Potlatch Mill site need cracks filled.
Phil Tallman showed the Mini Ultra Stick he bought at the Spokane swap meet. It has a 450 outrunner and six servos. The wing has both ailerons and flaps programmed for crow mode.
4/21/2012 -- Medical Lake, WA (C) BARONS FLOAT FLY. Site: Ruby's Resort. Anthony Worman CD PH: 509-447-4334 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. New location - Ruby's Resort, 17207 W Four Lakes Rd. Camping available call 509-299-7829 for reservations. Food available on site. Chase boat provided. Resort will collect $5 use fee from each person. Sponsor: BARONS MODEL CLUB
5/12/2012 - 5/13/2012 -- Lewiston, ID (AA) ORRIN CROOKS MEMORIAL SAILPLANE MEET. Site: Lewis And Clark Rc Club Field. F Bumgarner CD PH: 208-882-7126 Email: email@example.com. Events 442, 443, 444, 460(JSO). Sponsor: PALOUSE REGION R/C FLYERS
5/19/2012 -- Lewiston, ID (C) LEWIS-CLARK MEMORIAL FUN FLY. Site: Mann Lake RC Field Sponsor: LEWIS-CLARK RC MODEL CLUB INC
5/26/2012 -- Deer Park, WA (C) BI-PLANE BASH. Site: Club Field. Anthony Worman CD PH: 509-447-4334 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Open to any size RC biplane. Landing fee $10 includes lunch. 9AM to 4PM. Sponsor: BARONS MODEL CLUB
6/2/2012 - 6/3/2012 -- Lewiston, ID (C) LEWIS-CLARK AEROTOW. Site: Mann Lake RC Field Ted Wilkins CD PH:208-982-1698 Email: email@example.com Sponsor: LEWIS-CLARK RC MODEL CLUB INC
6/15/2012 - 6/17/2012 -- Parma, ID (C-Restricted) IDAHO JET RALLY. Site: Club Field. Edward Culver CD PH: 208-240-0266 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit: www.flytva.com. Turbine fixed wing and helicopter and electric ducted fan. Sponsor: TREASURE VALLEY AEROMODELERS
6/23/2012 - 6/24/2012 --
Deer Park, WA (C) BARONS BIG
Deer Park. Raymon Care CD PH: 509-328-7309 Email: email@example.com. Sponsor: BARONS
7/28/2012 - 7/29/2012 -- Grangeville, ID (C) TOLO LAKE FUN FLY. Site: Wilkins Ranch. Ted Wilkins CD PH:208-982-1698 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsor: TED WILKINS