Change of DATE
by Lawrence Harville May 14, 2019Free Flighters,
Please note the rescheduling of this weekend's contest at Hamilton. If you know of anybody planning on coming this weekend please pass this on to them.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
The Texas Cloud Climbers 27 th. ANNUAL SPRING CUP scheduled for May
18 th. and 19 th. at the Hamilton, Texas airport is CHANGED TO May 25 th. & 26 th.
The field is too muddy and impassible with rain forecast for Sat. May 18 th.
We regret the change and hope for good conditions the 25 th. & 26 th.
Please change your reservations.
We hope to see you there,
Hall of Fame induction for Jesse F Shepherd Sr
by October 3, 2015On the evening of the September 26th, the Texas Cloud Climbers held a dinner meeting for Jesse Shepherd Sr. I was given the honor to present Jesse his Hall of Fame plaque. Jesse first joined AMA in 1932. His first contest in participated in in 1936. Jesse served on the contest board in the 1950's and directed the NATs in the 50's and 60's. Jesse was presented the AMA service award, awarded two distinguished service awards, an AMA fellow award and the AMA pioneer award. Jesse is also a leader member and still active with his club designing aircraft.
It was a wonderful honor to present him as well as have the time to talk with him about his experiences.
Congrats to Jesse!!
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| ||Jesse receiving his Hall of Fame Plaque|| ||All of the pilots and club at the event were all there to celebrate with Jesse|| |
Texas Cloud Climbers 68th annual Regional FF Championships
by October 3, 2015On September 26th and 27th the TEXAS CLOUD CLIMBERS held the 68TH ANnual Regional FF Championships at the Robson Ranch Site outside of Denton Texas. The CD was Jan Langelius and their were approx 30 pilots registered for the various events the were being held. The club had a great day of weather for flying. This was the first FreeFlight event that I was able to sit and enjoy both the change of pace in flying and the laid back comfortable atmosphere. The people, the club were an awesome group to visit.
If anyone that flys RC does not sit down and really look at this type of flight you will never know the amount of work and design that goes into
A great event and you have to go watch or participate.
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| ||One of the many launches we watched|| ||The CD and others discussing scoring.|| |