Chapter 106

Greater Boston: JOIN ~200 members in New England

EAA106 Project visit - Searey and Zenith - March 4 - BVY

 

SATURDAY morning, MARCH 4, 2017


WHERE:     BEVERLY AIRPORT 

WHAT:        KIT-built Aircraft Project Visit   

                                  SEAREY - Amphibious kit-built plane - almost ready to fly
                                  ZENITH  - Metal kit-built plane - also under construction


  SEE BELOW for SCHEDULE and DIRECTIONS

  BRING:     A friend or prospective member to spark an interest
                   
in building a plane or flying !!!

ADDRESS of Beverly Airport – TOWER (East) SIDE:    
46 L P Henderson Rd, Beverly, MA      http://www.beverlyairport.com/directions.php

 For FLYER with SCHEDULE, MAPS (pages 3 & 4), and more  -  click on image >

SCHEDULE:

09:30 AM  Meet & Greet – Camaraderie, Hangar Flying – Make it a point to introduce yourself to someone new and especially welcome anyone new (or whom you don’t know).
We’ll have a couple boxes of DD’s Cups of Joe and some muffins &/or Danish.

10:00 AM We do need a QUICK meeting to go over a proposed budget for our facility and general activities.  The budget includes a significant amount of money for the restoration of our hangar H-135’s side room which will become our new meeting/classroom – as well as well as our normal income and expenses.
Brian Lloyd (Hangar Manager) and Penny Bowman (Treasurer) will be asking for members to approve the proposed budget at this meeting following a discussion.

10:20 AM Victor’s Searey project !!    Powerpoint and Show & Tell …

                  We’ll also hear an update from Andrey Vegger about his Zenith 650 B.

AFTER the meeting:   Those interested will get together for lunch nearby (6 minutes away).

 

DID YOU KNOW ???
There are nearly 700 Seareys (made entirely in the USA!) flying worldwide
                   making it the world's most popular light sport amphibious aircraft!


DIRECTIONS:

From Route 128 North take Exit 20B. Turn into street traffic for approximately 500 yards (brick fire station on the right). At traffic light take a sharp right onto Route 97 North. Follow Route 97 North for one mile and turn left onto L. P. Henderson Road. Follow for one-half mile into airport's East Side main parking lot.

Park in main lot, then walk back to the fence which has a Mig behind it. This is where we’ll meet to be escorted to Hangar #12.  Please arrive between 9:15-10:00. We’ll gather people periodically.  If after 10, please call Penny (phone on mail) for someone to come out for you.

 



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