Pancake Breakfast and More
The December 5th Pancake Breakfast will highlight Duane Huff’s induction ceremony into the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame.
We anticipate 3-4 staff members from the Georgia Hall of Fame present to conduct the ceremony.
The ceremony will start at 10am.
Breakfast is from 8am to 10am
Please join us to honor Duane’s recognition for his significant contribution to aviation.
We will continue to implement the current pandemic guidelines listed below:
The breakfast will run from 8am till 10am.
Upon arrival we will take everyone's temperature; if you should have a temperature please refrain from coming to the breakfast.
If your temperature is greater than 100.4 degrees, you may not enter the hangar.
Sanitizer is available upon entering and we strongly encourage everyone to use it.
All food, condiments, coffee etc., will be given to you by our volunteer staff.
Masks are required when not eating.
We will have a limited supply of masks available on a first come first basis. (Kindly donated by John Post).
Please maintain the social distancing guidelines, with the exclusion of family units; while obtaining your breakfast and at the tables.
If weather permits, table outside of the hangar are available.
When a member is finished with breakfast and leaves the table that location is sanitized by one of our volunteers.
- Please be aware that any significant changes with the Covid-19 environment may result in cancellation of the pancake breakfast.
General Membership Meeting
There will be a general membership meeting after the induction ceremony, to conduct two votes:
The first vote is for the 4 open BOD Member at Large positions. The candidates are: Fred Huppertz, Kathi Parks, Frankie Rodriguez, Gay Roberts, John Post and Jimmie Rickerson. We will also be electing 2 BOT positions. The candidates are; Bill Miller and Damian Morrissy
The second vote is for the chapter members to approve the spending of necessary funds to bring the current 601D aircraft up to airworthy standards with the goal of selling the finished aircraft to a flying club currently in the planning stages.
We will be decorating for the Christmas Party on Thursday, December 3rd, during the BOT meeting, starting at 7pm.
Everyone is invited to help with decorating the hangar.
With the Covid-19 pandemic safety is of importance and we believe that our traditional food service activities, primarily the sharing of side dishes, is not feasible.
We think the fellowship associated with our Christmas party is important and have decided that the food service activities are centered on a pizza party; to include several varieties of pizzas, salad and deserts. We also will provide non-alcoholic beverages. You are welcome to bring your own wine or beer.
Gathering will be at 6pm with pizza at 6:30pm
There is no cost to attend the Christmas Party dinner.
John Morgan is working on the Christmas Program.
Awards will be presented at the party.
We also plan on pre-recorded Christmas music.
Any individuals that would like to assist John in the program development, please contact him at email@example.com.
Please help us plan for the dinner by emailing the total number of persons in your party to:firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will also virtually present Duane's induction ceremony and the Christmas party. Stay tuned for the future notice about how to join the virtual presentations
Reminder from Matt Smith: Runway 7/25 will NOW be CLOSED on:
Friday, November 20, 2020 at 9:00 p.m. local time. Runway 7/25 will remain closed for the entire weekend until Monday, November 23, 2020 at 7:00 a.m. local time.
NOTAMs will be issued for all closures. Please check NOTAMs prior to planning any flights. Please contact airport administration if you have any questions or concerns at 770-822-5196.
5 PILOTS TO FORM A
501C7 FLYING CLUB
EAA 690 wants to help some individuals form a flying club using a Zenith Zodiac 601 aircraft. The chapter currently owns the aircraft kit and is willing to restore it to flying condition. The estimated expense for a Continental 200 engine and VFR avionics will allow the chapter to sell the flying aircraft for $25,000 or less. The chapter would assist the new owners in setting up guidelines for the aircraft to be used to promote aviation locally.
The chapter would also provide a long-term low interest loan to the new owners to keep their expenses to operate the aircraft as low as possible.
To qualify to be a club member you must have at least a private or sport pilot certificate and a current medical certificate.
Please contact John Morgan @ 770-823-1713 or e-mail to email@example.com for more details. EAA 690 membership is not a requirement.
EAA 690 is a Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association, located at Briscoe Field (LZU) in Lawrenceville, Georgia. A diverse chapter with over 250 members, awarded EAA's top level Gold Chapter status, we offer a wide range of aviation-related activities on a regular basis. While the Pancake Breakfast and our monthly meetings are the norm, we also are heavily involved in youth education through EAA’s Young Eagles program and our youth programs, regularly conduct fly-ins, and host historical aircraft such as EAA’s B-17 “Aluminum Overcast” and the Ford Tri-Motor
EAA 690 members are on SLACK!
Are you using Slack? Have you heard of Slack, but have no idea what it is? Or how to use it? If so, stick around after any of our pancake breakfast presentations, and Brian Michael will go over the in-and-outs of Slack. Anyone not participating in Slack, is welcome to join by contacting any participating member and having them send an invitation. There are many channels of which you may choose any number of interest or all of them. LEARN MORE
...to all the pilots, ground crew, and registration volunteers for our past Young Eagle rally. If you haven't yet gotten involved, signup at https://youngeaglesday.org/?yesignup. No prior experience necessary.
If working with youth is your interest, the Youth Aviation Build program needs additional mentors to support and grow the program. The Saturday program runs from 9 AM until 1 PM and could be the most rewarding thing you have ever done in aviation. You will never know until you try it