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Below: We were treated to
several low passes from a B-17 visiting Teterboro airport for the
Annual New Jersey Hall of Fame and Museum's Show
In Northern New Jersey, the biggest, best and most
active controline Club is the Garden State Circle Burners.
The Circle Burners have a very rich history and have leased a
site on Two Bridges Road in Lincoln Park since 1961! Multiple
National Champions in several modeling categories can boast
that they are Circle Burners!
Look at my photo albums for shots taken at local and National modeling
contests. If you have a photo that you would like posted, please
e-mail it to me.
The Garden State Circle Burners annual
Swap Meet and Fun Auction is always a big hit! The SWAP MEET is scheduled for
the WAYNE FIREHALL (LOCATION
Sunday, November 23th, 2014. The doors open
at 8:00 for vendors and we will hold an auction at around noon. It's all over but the brooming by noon. Bring a plane and lines and fly at the GSCB field
I have moved full time to Venice, Florida
and am a member of the MCRC We fly
at a terrific field leased and maintained by the
Manatee County Radio
Controllers, Inc. The MCRC site has a separate control line
flying area adjacent to the RC area. The control line site has a
concrete center circle and well as a concrete take-off area. The c/l
site is fenced and is in "fairly" open air (GSCB'ers will
appreciate how open it is). Facilities at the field are superb!
The clubhouse is a double-wide mobile home, that features both a
ladies and men's room with running water! There is electricity available
for RV'ers, and the concession facilities are terrific. The grass is
mowed to about 1/4" for contests!
The annual Stunt N Fun contest
was expanded to a two-day format in 2013 with OTS, Beginner and
N-30 flown on Saturday and Precision Aerobatics (I, A and
E) flown on Sunday. The top three fliers in Expert Stunt
then fly a single flight fly-off to determine the winner of the Stunt
N Fun Trophy. Matt Colan took hope the big trophy in 2014 with a victory in Expert as well as taking the Trophy!
Matt flew his Grandfather's P-47 with LA 46 power. Wayne Smith
and family did a wonderful job of CD'ing and running the event.
We hope that you will put the
Stunt N Fun on your calendar for 2015!
October 31st and November 1st.
Mark your calendar for another
great event at the Airstormers' site: May 17th, 2015
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