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|June 22nd, 2019 - EAA Chapter 15 Poker Run/BBQ|
|A little over 1 month away. 5 airports and one great cookout. It's the EAA Chapter 15 Poker Run! $20 entry fee. Even if you're not able to fly, you can play too. The airport list is being finalized and we'll post them no later than June 3rd. Total flight is around 115nm. The final destination is Lewis ...Click HERE to read about the event|
|Raffle Tickets now Available|
Pass Raffle Tickets available!
Are you planning to attend AirVenture 2019 in Oshkosh this year? Need a pass? How about a weekly pass? EAA Chapter 15 has 2 - 1 week passes to raffle off. 2 people have a chance to win a weekly pass courtesy of the EAA. To get more information, click HERE
|Project: ???? "Name That Project"|
'Un-Named' The '39 Taylorcraft Restore Project
As some of you know, our Chapter now has been given a great opportunity to restore a vintage aircraft as a group, along with students from Lewis University. This is a new program that hasn't been done before, a co-op project. Now, we need your help. We have a project but it needs a name.
We're asking for your input. We've received different suggestions and now it's time to vote. Click HERE FOR MORE INFO
|Come to our Monthly Chapter Meetings - Open to the public!|
of the Month - Next Meeting June 11th
Every second Tuesday of every month, we get together for our monthly Chapter gathering at the airport, for some great fun and interesting conversations. We meet at the main terminal building of Romeoville/Lewis Airport (KLOT) at 7pm. All EAA Chapter 15 meetings and activities are open to the general public. You do not have to be a builder, a pilot, or even an aircraft owner... you only need enthusiasm for aviation. All are welcome! Bring the family! See you there!
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|About the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)|
|The Experimental Aircraft Association is an organization that promotes all forms of recreational aviation. It is a diverse organization of members with a wide range of aviation interests and backgrounds. The EAA was founded in 1953 by a group of individuals in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who were interested in building their own aircrafts. Through the decades, the organization expanded its mission to include antiques, classics, warbirds, aerobatic aircraft, ultralights, helicopters, and commercially manufactured aircraft. An interest in aviation is the common denominator that brings our people together, in good fellowship and sharing. The EAA is a national organization and has local chapters, such as ours, all over the world. You don't have to be a pilot to join in, the only requirement is a love for aviation.|
|Monthly Meeting Summary|
May 14th, 2019
First, a big THANK YOU goes out the Eric Jones and Lewis University for allowing us access to one of their classrooms. We certainly needed it for the size of the crowd. Our meeting showcased Ed Rachanski from Power by Blueprint of Bedford Park and member of EAA Chapter 15. He gave an incredible presentation....Click here to continue reading
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