Warbirds Over Whatcom

Written By: Peter Butschek - Apr• 25•15

Bell Air RC Flyers will present “War Birds Over Whatcom” on Saturday, July 25th, and Sunday, July 26th, 2015, at the club’s flying field north of Bellingham. The event runs from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday with OPEN flying on Sunday.

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2015’s event features radio controlled scale flying models of military aircraft spanning all the wars through the most modern jet fighters and bombers. Many of the models have been built over many painstaking hours, either from kits, or, in some cases, from original plans and a supply of raw materials. Other models are purchased as factory built, almost ready to fly.

The event is FREE to the public, but any donations for the food bank (in the form of nonperishable food items) are appreciated.

Bell Air R/C Flyers events are a good way to introduce young and old alike to the world of flying. The kids will thrill to see Snoopy as the Red Barron pilot his flying dog house to look for evil aircraft to shoot down. They may even get to see a flying lawnmower! Spectators with cameras will find a day of constant photo opportunities.

Model flying will continue on Sunday and include various types of sport and aerobatic aircraft in addition to the military models.

Directions To Bell Air

The event is FREE to the public, but any donations for the food bank (in the form of nonperishable food items) are appreciated.

ValHalla : Warbirds Over Whatcom 2012

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Spring Cleaning April 25th.

Written By: Peter Butschek - Apr• 21•15

Hello Pilots,

Our Spring Cleaning Work Party/Cleanup will be held at the field on may 18th. at 10:00AM. Any and all help you can provide is greatly appreciated. Bell Air’s Flying Facility is kept in “Pristine Condition” through the efforts of all our members!

Our Spring Cleaning Work Party/Cleanup will be held at the field on April 25th. at 08:00AM.

Any and all help you can provide is welcome. All members who can bring their weed whackers to help trim things will be greatly appreciated…

Come on out and spend the day with the boys… clean up a little… shoot the breeze a little… spend some quality time at the field together!

Happy Flying and I’ll See you at the field…

Mike Miller
President

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Tuesday : APRIL 28th Club Meeting ! ! !

Written By: Peter Butschek - Apr• 18•15

It’s Club Meeting Time Again… Fun and Frolic at the WECU!

April 28th’s Club Meeting will be held on a TUESDAY at the WECU (Whatcom Educational Credit Union) located in Ferndale, Washington, USA.

Directions To Your Meeting —–>>> Here…

We THANK WECU for allowing us the use of their fine meeting facility and we remind all who read this that… What makes WECU® so unique? You make WECU® unique! First of all, Whatcom Educational Credit Union is not a bank. We are a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative where members are encouraged to save and borrow responsibly at fair and competitive rates. At WECU, you're not just an account number. You are a part of WECU® - a member, a shareholder, and an owner of the Credit Union.
At WECU, your’e not just an account number…

You are
– a member…
– a shareholder…
– an owner too!

Your monetary future is safe with Washington’s WECU…

The Club Meeting will be called to order at 19:00. Come on out and have a seat with like minded friends and talk about (or tell tall tales about) our planes, our flights, our events and, happenings at the field!

Participate in our meeting and play a part in forming the direction of our club!

Hope to see you there…

Your “Bell Air” Executive…

Directions To Your Meeting —–>>> Here…

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SOLD : Home Built Hobby Trailer

Written By: Peter Butschek - Feb• 16•15

Asking $700, it is 5’x9’x40″ can fit two 33% and one 36% airplanes.

Has a 25watt solar panel, and solar converter, all you need is a car battery.

Tires are basically brand new.

The top is held up by compressed air struts.

The second pic shows damage that needs some attention (fiberglass).

Asking $700 Obo, the utility trailer costs $650 alone. I have at least $500 in materials, and tons of hours.

Any questions, or wanna check it out, give me a call.

Pat Njos 360 739 2565,
or patnjos@gmail.com.

P.S. I built this trailer to be able to pull with a normal car, not sure of the weight, but loaded up with gear the tongue weight isn’t more then 70lbs. Most cars have a max tongue weight of 100lbs. I’d like to sell this to someone in the club, but if you know anyone that may be interested, let them know it is available.

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