WELCOME, NEW CHAPTERS
EAA Chapter 1511
CHAPTER 673 INVITES GUESTS FOR ‘A DAY
Meets the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m.
Sheridan Municipal Airport
Travis Haugen, President
AT THE AIRPORT’
WITH MAJOR SUPPORT FROM EAA Chapter 673, Marlboro Airport
held “A Day at the Airport” to join in the celebration of the
350th anniversary of Marlborough, Massachusetts, on Saturday,
August 28. Almost 2,000 guests took part at the first public event
held at the airport in more than a decade. A noon parachute
jump by Butch Crook, complete with American flag, was part of
the festivities, along with helicopter and replica-Waco biplane
sightseeing flights, which were so popular that the flights kept
going for several hours after the event’s official end.
Guests had the opportunity to sit in a Robinson R22 helicopter,
a Cessna 150, or a Navion owned by Richard Dupée, EAA 551203.
Homebuilder Bob Hanlon, EAA 608888, signed up Young Eagles
next to his Glasair Sportsman 2+ 2, while radio-controlled
modelers showed off their projects.
The guest of honor was Mary Feik, a Civil Air Patrol honorary
colonel and former WASP pilot. She has logged more than 5,000
hours in piston and jet aircraft, has a CAP cadet achievement
award in her name, is a member of the Women in Aviation Pioneer
Hall of Fame, and is a recipient of the FAA’s Charles Taylor Master
Founded in 1922, Marlboro Airport (9B1) is the oldest
continuously operating commercial airport in Massachusetts and
sports a 1,700-foot runway, encouraging short-field proficiency.
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