HMAC’s September 2018 Flight Lines Newsletter is now online and ready to read under the “Newsletters” Tab of our web page http://www.hamiltonmac.org.nz/.
Don’t miss our next Club Night Meeting which is scheduled for Wednesday 12th September at the Beerescourt Bowling Club Club Rooms, 68A Maeroa Road (behind the tennis pavilion). 7.30pm – 10pm
Club Night Topic: Our own Chris and Colleen T. visited the EAA Oshkosh Airshow in the USA last month and they will be giving us an overview of the airshow plus other interesting bits of Aviation info they stumbled across whilst on holiday over there.
Can anyone help Lance??
Lance is looking for a con rod for a ED 1.46 Hornet Vintage Diesel engine
He’s also looking for a conrod for a DC Spitfire
Does anyone know someone with parts or even someone who wants to sell a complete engine?
Lance would be very interested to hear from you
You can email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
HMAC’s August 2018 Flight Lines Newsletter is now online and ready to read under the “Newsletters” Tab of our web page http://www.hamiltonmac.org.nz/.
Don’t miss our next Club Night Meeting which is scheduled for Wednesday 8th August at the Beerescourt Bowling Club Club Rooms, 68A Maeroa Road (behind the tennis pavilion). 7.30pm – 10pm
Club Night Topic: Our HMAC Annual Quiz Night, testing your Airplane & Model Knowledge. Hosted by the ever resourceful quiz master Mikey, there’s sure to be some easy questions and a few curly ones too….but above all else, it’s always entertaining. Make sure you’re there for a great night.
As of Saturday 21st October 2017, HMAC’s vehicle access to our Reekers Field Flying site at 231 Collins Rd returned to normal (ie, as indicated on the “Location” web tab above)
You are now able to use the normal access track at 231 Collins Road, as used prior to the bridge wash out back in April of this year. As always, please keep your speed on the track under 30kph and give way to all farm activities, tractors and especially the Milk Tanker.
A very special “Thank You” to the management and farm staff at “Pengxin Farms” who have accommodated us with the use of an alternative access through the middle of their property and allowing us to continue to get to our Reekers flying site over the past 6 months, you people really are awesome. Also a huge thank you to Jan Reekers for organising all of this on our behalf 🙂