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Going to Sun 'n Fun and interested in a Flying Club?

Postby Jack Tyler » Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:02 am

This showed up in the RAF mailbox but not in my own email, so in case others with an interest in flying clubs also didn't see it:

AOPA Flying Club Events at Sun 'n Fun:

Meet AOPA President Mark Baker and the AOPA Flying Club Initiative team at the Flying Club Network Happy Hour on the Sun ‘n Fun grounds. Cold beer and brats will be provided, plus an opportunity to chat with other flying club members and AOPA staff. Come for the refreshments, to socialize, or just ask questions. And if you’re around earlier in the day, join us for the Flying Club seminar – “Maximum Fun, Minimum Cost.”

Flying Club Events at Sun 'n Fun on Thursday 4/23
11am - 11:50am – Flying Clubs seminar – "Maximum Fun, Minimum Cost"
5:30pm - 7pm – Flying Club Network Happy Hour (Invite Only Event)

SIGN UP FOR THE HAPPY HOUR HERE: http://aopamailer.aopa2.org/trk/click?r ... dc5x04861&

Kelby Ferwerda, MCFI
Manager, AOPA Flying Clubs Initiative
Flying in/out KBZN, Bozeman MT in a Grumman Tiger
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