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Meeting Date: November 7, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Flight Deck Restaurant
                 109-A Old Chapin Rd
                  Lexington, SC 29072
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I saw this plane fly at the Nall in the Fall's 3 D Line on October 10th. For a semi-scale looking plane, it could do all the tricks you'd expect of a 3 D plane.

Sold under the Legacy Aviation series, it is available in two sizes: 84 and 120 Inch. It also has a couple of different color schemes (White/Blue and Yellow/Black) and can even be outfitted with floats. It seems comfortable with either electric or gas power.

This plane is a slow, graceful flyer and is beautiful in the air!
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October, 2019 at the Field
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As I will be out of the state for the entire month of November, the next web update will be published for the month of December. See you then!

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LARKS Events

October 12, 2019
Class C Event-ID: 3139123
LARKS 23rd Annual Fall Float Float Fly
The 23rd Annual Fall Float Fly was a success this year. Over 30 pilots registered and another 30+ spectators bought the noon meal (BBQ pork, coleslaw, baked beans, chips and drinks).

We saw sailboats, electric power boats, scale and sport planes on floats, and even had drone racing.

Thanks to Paul for organizing the event!
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November 2, 2019
Come join the Gooneybirds Nov 2, 2019 for a day of fun and fellowship. One of the best grass fields in the state. Good food and raffle. $20.00 landing fee includes lunch. $5.00 lunch for non-pilots.
CD Robert Gainey 843-615-8114.
     Wayne McKay 843-992-9480
Gooney Birds Fall Fly In
Class C Event-ID 9138
Site: Site: 2660 Papermill Rd,
Florence, SC, 29506 ( 34.136944, -79.566666 )
Sponsor: Gooney Birds
November 9, 2019
Landing fee one new unwrapped toy for girl or boy. Lunch available for $5 each water & electric available for charging registration @9am flying until 5pm .
Event Contact: George Simpson
Phone: 864-525-9260
BRRC Toys for Tots Charity Fun Fly
Class C Event-ID 8341
Site: Site: 190 Owens Rd,
 Piedmont, SC, 29673
( 34.681953, -82.434925 )
Sponsor: Blue Ridge Radio Control
December 6-7, 2019
All aircraft OK, 2.4 only, 150 x 1200' grass runway, sun at your back, covered pavilion. Awards, raffle, and door prizes. $20 landing fee, $10 lunch. Pilots meeting 9am. Dry camping with reservation, no hookups. Contact John Mellis @ 803-829-4242.
Bowman RC Flyers 1st Annual Fall Finale
Class C Event-ID 9107
Site: Site: 422 Landsdowne Rd
Bowman, SC, 29018 ( 33.409315, -80.635035 )
Sponsor: Bowman RC Flyers
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Sunset at Lake Mujrray
The Blue Ridge Radio Control Club, as noted above, is holding a charity fun fly, with the Marine Corp's annual program to bring toys to the needy as the benefactor.

This program has been going since 1947 and given toys to over 250 million children since.

Donations may be made online, in Memory or Honor of an individual, donate toys directly to a local organization, such as the BRRC, or by mail.

Check out the site (click the title above) for more information.
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Newsletter-October 2019