Temora Aero Club blog
Coming Events 2013
* Monthy Meetings – 2nd Thursday of each month – 7:30pm club room
Meetings are open to all interested members and friends
* AGM 2013
Saturday 16th March – 6:00pm
*Point Cook Fly-In
6-7th April- Temora
*Angel Flight Fly
20-21 April- Temora
* National Aerobatic Championships
16th November – Temora
Sunday Morning Breakfast Fly-In
The Sunday Morning Breakfast Fly-in, held 19th February, brought together over 20 club members and friends.
Two members flew in from private fields and other members at Temora set to the skies- about ten planes all up!
The Club intends to make this a monthly event and will post coming dates.
Temora Aero Club Activities
Regular Events bring club members and friends together:
* Wednesday Morning Tea – 10:00 at the club house
* Friday Evening Social Gathering – 6:00pm
* Once a Month Sunday Morning Breakfast Fly-in – 7:30-8:00am
( This is a new event starting Sunday 19th Feb with a regular Sunday to be arranged to suit
interested members and friends)
Remember that NATFLY is soon here- April 5-7th!
Hope to see you at these regular club events!
This event organized by the Temora Aviation Museum November 19, 2011 will be an airshow featuring a collection of warbird aircraft and current serving military aircraft. The Temora Aviation Museum, Temora Shire Council and the Temora Aeroclub are implementing arrival, departure and parking procedures for all visiting aircraft.
As a club member, if you wish to help the club in any way for this event, please email Peter Franke, our secretary at email@example.com
An Automatic Weather Station at the aerodrome has begun transmitting on 134.45MHz. The broadcast range should be 30 nautical miles.
Temora Aero Club Christmas Party
The Christmas party will be held at the club rooms on Saturday 10th December 6:00pm. A sign up sheet is on the kitchen table or email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org See you there!
Update – Temora Aero Club Events
Update - Temora Aero Club Events
These past few weeks have been busy ones for the Temora Aero Club. The Antique Aircraft Association of Australia and Auster Rally at the beginning of October brought a fleet of planes to the airfield and enjoyed the club activities. The weather prevented some from flying in but from all reports, members took away good memories of Temora and the club’s hospitality
On the 28th-31st of October the NSW Aerobatic Championships will be held on the field. This group has been coming to the Temora Aero Club for the past few years delighting members of the community with their judged displays.
At the end of November and beginning of December the NSW State Gliding Championships will be held at Temora. This event affords many club members and community people to view gliding in all aspects: preparation for the day’s flying, launching by the Pawnee and local soaring as gliders seek thermals to begin tasks set for the day.
A reminder to aero club members and friends that each Wednesday morning at 10:00am, the club rooms are open for a cuppa and weather permitting, an excuse to explore the skies! We also have a social get together on Friday evenings around 5:30-6:00pm for a drink at the club’s bar. All are welcome!
AV Safety Seminar 13th October
An excellent roll up for the AV Safety Seminar with 29 people coming from Temora, Cootamundra, Leeton and Canberra! Teraya and Albert from CASA, reviewed changes in procedure at non towered aerodromes and Pilot Maintenance. A shared meal at the conclusion allowed time for participants to renew friendships with others and to speak further with the presenters.
Coming Event – MARCH 2011 90th Royal Australian Air Force Air Rally
On the 28th March, 2011, the 90th Royal Australian Air Force Rally will arrive at Temora on day one of a rally that will take them to three original early training school sites. Members of the Temora Aero Club Committee have been meeting with representatives from Point Cook, the Temora Council and Rod Luke who is the main organiser of this important event. More that 50 aircraft will arrive during Monday and will lunch at the club house. A Special dinner will take place at the museum that evening and then the group will depart through the day on Tuesday after having breakfast at the club.
The Temora Council has been involved in publicity and invitations to school groups to come to the airfield and be part of this special occasion and the aero club will provide meals.
More information about this rally will appear through the following months.
Sunday, September 26th, 2010 was a perfect day for the Club’s Open Day!
The rain had ceased, the sun was out and the wind nil. At around 9:00am some residents of the Aviation Estate started to bring their planes down to the parking area outside the club house and pegged them down for the day. By 11:00am inbound planes started to arrive from other aero clubs. By the end of the day we had planes that had come from a number of clubs in the area: Tumut, Wagga, Moruya and Sydney.
A BBQ at midday set the scene for visitors and club members to gather around and catch up with fellow aviators and happenings at other clubs.
We had a good line up with a variety of planes on display from Sal and Justin’s Luscombe to Sam Richard’s RV. There was a bit of competition between the two on who could get the best “shine”. Sal’s recent gift to Justin of a super duper polisher helped them “win”! What a shine!!!
A very Successful Day!!
Human Factors Course 27th June
Temora Flight Training is holding our next Human Factors course on Sunday June 27th at Temora Aero Club.
As with previous courses, it will start at 9.00am, with a sumptous sausage sandwich for lunch, continuing on til approx. 3pm for $35.
Bookings are essential to Jill on 0412 409171, and don’t forget to bring your logbook.
See you there,
Nick Charles – Hanger 38 Party
Friday night Nick Charles was asked to come to Temora and perform at his first hangar party, im not 100% sure Nick knew what he was getting him self in for, Sam & Carol hosted the event in Hanger 38, it started out just a soup and bread night, then i got involved and we had 1 big wing dang cook-up, out comes the big cook tank and 9kg slab of beef.
Well by 7pm we had every thing ready for Nick’s first bracket of music, with 50 people booked in for the event, there was total silence why he was playing and the all mighty cheering at the end of each bit of music. I dont know who was more impressed, Nick getting the big Temora party welcome of the 50 people hearing some of the best guitar music ever to hit town.
After a fantastic dinner and another hour of music there definitely 50 very happy people where glad they come to hear Nick play, I also recon Nick was pretty happy with the laid back feeling we have down here to.
Here is a link to Nicks web site http://charlesguitar.com/ he has a heap of gigs listed and this is one concert if in your area you want to see. We definitely will see him back here in the future. you can also grab a cd from his web site
More pics and video can be found here