I happened to be browsing through the back pages of our website when I ran across a photo of someone special, in a special moment. You see, it was my son in the photo. It happened to be taken on Kids day back in 2014. Bob Salmon was kindly giving introductory flights to the many kids that day. It seemed like it was a hit back then.
But I was not there that day. I wasn’t even a member yet. But there was my son, plain as day taking his turn flying Bob’s plane. Apparently he visited with a friend of his and their family after seeing the booth at the Adams County Fair. They decided to check it out, seemed like fun right? Well that started something for my son.
Fast forward a few years, my son and I decide to get into RC together. I had previously been a member years ago, back in the early 90’s. Soon my son was a member of the club, flying all on his own too. Still does on occasion, even though he’s a teenager now.
Our new E-flite Cessna 150 Aerobat, 85″ span, 4-6S battery pack , so far we are getting four 6 minute flights on a 5000mAh battery leaving 30% ! It has SAFE AS3X gyro system in the receiver making it extremely stable. Flaps make it super slow on landing. And the light system makes it super realistic!
June 17 Update: Many planes have been sold. List updated to show what is still available.
Former MAS member Greg Hight has passed away. The family has donated his Model collection to the club. Bob Salmon has possession of the collection and will be taking bids on all airplanes and equipment. All proceeds go to the club. Following is the list of airplanes that Bob has for donation.