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Ray Aviation Scholarship 2020

EAA Chapter 15 is proud to announce it's 2020 Ray Foundation Scholarship recipient, Jimmy Duffy. Jimmy is a Senior at Andrew High School and plans to attend Moraine Valley CC before transferring to Lewis University during his junior year of college to pursue a career in aviation. Jimmy was one of 3 finalists that were in the running for the $10,000 flight scholarship. Good luck Jimmy!

Each year, The Ray Foundation, through EAA Oshkosh, grants a scholarship worth up to $10,000 for young adults from ages 15-19 years of age to each qualifying EAA Chapter around the world. The scholarship money is then provided to a local youth that has been vetted by the chapter to obtain the flying license, either glider or private pilot license. Once the youth has been selected by the local chapter, they will then apply and be screened by EAA through a thorough process.

To read more about the process, you can visit our scholarship page HERE



Chapter 15 Monthly Raffle - Postponed

And the winner are.....
EAA Chapter 15's raffle is back for 2020. Many items will be offered during the year, ranging from Chapter merchandise to a pair of headsets donated from one of our chapter/event sponsors. We're working a couple big items for a year end raffle so stay tuned. Tickets will be available for purchase multiple times during the month: regular chapter meetings, Thursday night cookouts, fly-outs, events, or by contacting the chapter at info@eaa15.org.  Tickets are $2 each, 3 for $5.


Come to our Monthly Chapter Meetings - Open to the public

2nd Tuesday of the Month - Next Meeting T.B.D
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! **UPDATE** Location may be moved, stay tuned.
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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
April 14th, 2020

This months meeting took place online with Zoom. This was the first time we ever experience an online meeting. It went quite well  though some people still had to figure out how to change the background images. Not much was discussed, Bob K shared his build with us in his pristine garage. The chapter discussed the current  . If you want more in depth information, please email us at info@eaa15.org

Ray Foundation Scholarship: Once again, EAA Chapter 15 received.... .Click here to continue reading
 

   
   
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