Welcome to Chapter 245


EAA Chapter 245 follows all provincial rules regarding COVID-19.  Please follow all the mandatory, and common sense rules to protect yourself and others around you.  Our chapter does keep a supply of fresh surgical masks should you forget to bring your mask along.  Be safe.


 As we approach the end of 2021, we need to remind everyone that membership renewal time approaches.

Please send your dues to Ken Potter, our treasurer, at treasurer@eaa245.org, and we will do the rest.

If you want to join our chapter, please click here for details.



President's Message:

EAASeason’s greetings from Cedar Hill International Airport, and Dog Sitting!  

As I write this message (after a bit of a head slap from our webmaster) it is late November, the leaves are gone, the temperatures have dropped, and the sun has gone into hibernation for the winter. However, the holiday season is approaching, and we are all anticipating the opportunity to kick back and not think about our day jobs (for those of us poor slobs that still work) for a few days and enjoy the company of friends and family.  The holiday season, at least for me, is often a time of reflection on not only the past year, but the past in general.  I remember the excitement of Christmas morning as a kid, getting up stupidly early, rushing downstairs to see the lit up Christmas tree (in black and white, actually, since I'm that old) and what Santa had brought.  Keen observers that they were, my parents always had at least something airplane related under the tree.


It is a little different these days.  First, I don't go "rushing" anywhere; I'm afraid I might break a hip or something.  Second, with the invention of colour in the 1960's, things are a lot prettier now. But the biggest difference is that I'm now more interested in what is happening around the tree as opposed to what is under the tree.  The important part of Christmas is not receiving gifts of things, but receiving gifts of relationships, people, laughs, and friendship. We have those things all year round, but sometimes it takes a special occasion for us to stop and think about it. 

So, please accept my wish for you and yours to have a very happy, healthy, and relaxing holiday season with lots of laughs, too much food, and (many of you will understand this) plenty of naps.  Naps are awesome!



Merry Christmas to all our Members


Notice: There is no December general meeting as it falls too close to Christmas.

January General Meeting is 20th January 2022 and is tentatively John Nichols presenting Makerplane.


A big thank You to Mark Cianfaglione for his excellent presentation of his CH250 status.









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