The MIDWEST R/C SOCIETY
AMA Charter Club 711
Salem Township, MI, USA
14 April 1998
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
EAA building, Canton-Plymouth Mettetal Airport, 8550 N. Lilley Rd., Canton, MI 48187
7:00 p.m. Aviation related video
Guest speaker: Ken Myers
Topic: Flite Test, what and who it is
The Main Field Entrance is CLOSED
Alternate Farm entrance is CLOSED
Complete Details About the Upcoming Mid-America Electric Flies
|A synopsis of Ken's Reading, Understanding and Putting LiPo Battery Label and Specifications to Use presentation is in this month's newsletter.
Selecting an Electric Outrunner Motor Power System for an ARF, Kit or Plans Built Electrically Powered or Glow Conversion Prop Plane
Building Airframes with Dollar Tree Foam Board
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Special, REDUCED initiation fee for 2018!
REDUCED FROM $50 TO $25
2018 is the time to join or rejoin Midwest
Download the current application in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format and join today!
24380 Hampton Hill
Novi, MI 48375
1911 Bradshaw Ct.
Walled Lake, MI 48390
Livonia, MI 48154
16575 Brooklane Blvd
Northville, MI 48167
|Field Safety Officer:
Bill Brown, Jr.
18659 Fox Hollow Ct.
Northville, MI 48168
|Head Flight Instructor:|
1911 Bradshaw Ct.
Commerce Twp., MI 48390
The Midwest R/C Society (MRCS) is an educational and social organization of about 60 members living in the tri-country area near Detroit, MI. The members share a common interest in aviation and model aviation in particular. Our interests include all forms of radio control and control line models including sport, giant scale, powered & non-powered sailplanes, helicopters, precision aerobatic, racing, ducted fan, 1/2 A, Old-Timer, IMAA-type aircraft, electric powered planes, and just about anything that flies and relates to aviation.
All Midwest R/C Society members are also members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA). To learn more about the AMA, visit the AMA Web site.
During the 'flying season', the club meets once a month for an evening of flying at the 7 Mile Rd. flying field. During the 'building season', the club meets the first Wednesday of each month at the EAA building - Mettetal Airport, Joy and N. Lilley Rd, Plymouth, MI.
For more information about the club, or its activities, contact one of the club officers.
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