EAA’s local chapters are about people, bringing together individuals interested in learning more about aviation as well as sharing their own knowledge.
Chapter members are involved in a variety of social and educational activities, including Young Eagles rallies, fly-ins, building seminars, and more, to build awareness in the community.
We welcome everyone who has an interest in aviation. Our chapter is one of the most active in the United States and is involved in a variety of social and educational activities, including ground schools, Young Eagle rallies, Eagle Flights, monthly meetings with lunch and guest speakers, bi-weekly Friday night movies, weekly meet & greet luncheons to talk, tell flying tales, and plan trips, flyouts, etc. We have over 130 members young and old, consisting of both pilots and non-pilots, singles, couples and families. Our pilots fly a variety of aircraft, including homebuilt aircraft, production aircraft, antiques, warbirds, and ultralights. You are invited to come to any of our events, whether it be a meeting, fly-in, fly-out, or guest presentation. You are also welcome to join any of the activity committees to help plan and direct our events. We hope to see you there!
We are proud to announce Chapter Member Amanda Konior has been awarded a Ray Aviation Scholarship and has accumulated approximately 10 hours
of flight instruction on her path towards her Private Pilot Certificate! She has also completed the Private Pilot Ground School Course available to all Chapter
members for no cost other than the FAA publication "Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge" publication # FAA-H-8083-25B, (which is available from the FAA website in PDF form or ASA in
printed form), a chart plotter plus an E6-B flight computer. The Instructor provides expired local area Sectional Charts.