The Kitsap Aircraft Radio Control Society is an active radio control aeronautical club with members of all skill levels, from novice to expert. If you are new to flying, be sure to check out our free "Learn to Fly!" offer in the featured section at right. ▬▬►
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Message from the President - July 29th
I hope that everyone is still safe and healthy. And that you’ve been able to take the opportunity to still get out to the field and fly. We have certainly been having some very good weather to fly. As you’re well aware, the weather has been extremely warm and the field is very dry. As expected, the fire danger is extremely high. Please exercise caution. There are jugs of water at the Club’s bulletin board.
I am sure that you’ve been listening to the news and are aware that the Governor has put an indefinite pause on approvals for moving forward to any relaxations of the Phase approached.
With that decision, the monthly breakfast and competition events for Saturday, 1 August are cancelled. Sadly, the meeting at the field in August is cancelled and once again our meeting will be via ZOOM. That meeting information will be put out to the membership the weekend before the meeting.
On a positive note, I’d like to welcome our new members: Terence Simons, Matt Johnson, Grant Baker, and our new Junior member Cooper Hansen. If you see them, please introduce yourself and get to know them.
I do hope that you can all still get out to the field and fly and enjoy this outstanding weather.
Stay safe and healthy. Thank you,
For more messages, see the President's Messages Page
Membership renewals for 2020 are now available. Check the Membership Page for more information.
Dues for 2020 may be paid online at the Electronic Dues Page.
Pre-prepared renewal forms are available at any club meeting, most club events, and directly from the club Treasurer.
New Stuff For Sale
Mike Wierman is dropping out of RC flying due to health problems and is selling all his aircraft and gear. Also, Mark Erickson has an 84-inch scratch-built Super Cub to sell.
For more information, see the Buy and Sell Page.
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