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May, 2006 Minutes

 

COBRAS CLUB
May 3, 2006

 

President Larry Puls called the meeting to order at 7:35 P.M. at the Key Real Estate Office. Due to a conflict at the American Legion Post #2, a special thanks goes to Bonnie Waters for making these last minute arrangements.
Minutes of the April 5, 2006 meeting were read. A motion was made to accept the minutes as read. Seconded and carried.
Dale Parker gave the Treasurerís Report. A motion was made to accept the Treasurerís Report as given. Seconded and carried.
Dale Parker reported that we have 42 paid up members and that Roger Vaad has made the necessary repairs on the tractor with help from Dale Parker and Terry Lamb.

OLD BUSINESS
It was suggested that we tie bright colored ribbons to the Glider Yellow Launch Line. This would make the line more visible.

NEW BUSINESS
Larry Bailey reported that there would be an Electric Plane/Glider Fly in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on August 12-13, 2006. Dave Piper would like to have an Electric in-door fly at Paddock Elementary School, which is located on Paddock Road north of 90th and Center Street in Omaha, Nebraska.
Larry Puls introduced our newest member Tom Egbert.
Ed Splittgerber gave the program about his 15 lb. Waco Bi-Plane which was made from an old PICA Kit.
With no further business a motion was made to adjourn the meeting at 8:30 P.M.

SHOW AND TELL
Tom Egbert brought a .40-powered vector control line and a J.R. GS Helicopter powered with a 26 cc engine.


Lynn Fehr
Secretary
 

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The Cobras R/C Club is made up of a friendly and helpful group of people. We have a large grass field that is well maintained and is large enough to take off and land either North/South or East/West. Not only that but there is nothing to run into when you are flying. Itís all level open ground. We have a map to the field so that you will be able to find your way. The Cobras Field is on the west side of I-29 South of the Bellevue exit. All but the last couple of miles or so are hard surface roads. We also have posted on the Field the emergency number to give to the 911 operator so that the emergency unit can quickly find the Field. That number is 54802. It could be very important if someone had a heart attack or other serious problem. The SWIFT Glider club members are also members of the Cobras club and there membership has added to the size of the club which has helped to bring in enough money to pay the cost for rent and upkeep of the field. President Larry Puls cooks great Brats and other goodies for many of the Fun Fly's etc. so be sure to come out to the Field and enjoy the food, flying and camaraderie. If you would like to show everyone your newest creation, that took so much work to build, then bring it to the Cobras Meeting for show and tell. The meetings are the first Wednesday of the month. In January we combine the meeting with dinner at the Holliday Party.  If you wish to join the Cobras download an application form.

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