The CO called the meeting to order at 1:30 PM.
Present: Clark, Desmon, Edwards, Jackson, J
Johnson, K Johnson, Morrell, Smyth, Youman
Absent: Engbrecht, Mehrer
• No CO opening comments
• No review of prior meeting’s minutes
• IRT MoF’s Aviation Pavilion, Ron said he was
surprised at the sponsor levels Marc Manzo had mentioned. Ron was thinking
more in the area of $1,000 and had some board consensus already at that
level. The board agreed that Ron should continue the conversation with
reported that he had met with the new Events Manager at the Medallion and
the issue of the room rental rate had been resolved – it will be waived.
The board agreed that our dinner party should return to the Medallion in
Ray Carveth was in attendance as a guest, to answer any further questions
IRT the AWO Fly-In and collect any thoughts about items that needed
improvement. The board agreed to accept AWO’s offer along the terms as
last year and elected to make this year’s fly-in a “max event.”
• Discussion ensued IRT flying events, to
include a possible formation clinic, the AOPA fly-in at PWT, a possible
CWB-specific event, two hangar parties, and the Boeing centennial.
• Ron asked for submission of any topics board
members wished to discuss at the upcoming planning meeting.
• Fred said no scholarship applications had yet
been received; current deadline is 29 February.
• We had a lengthy discussion IRT which venue to
choose for the B-17 visit. Dave and Dan were encouraged to have an answer
by the March meeting.
• Paul reported on the upcoming Marshaller
• Dave will write the squadron letter re: the
Pearson Museum plan.
• Fred reported that EAA/WOA has not followed
through on their promise to disseminate our squadron newsletter to their
Northwest members. Dave and Ron have this for action.
There being no further
business, the meeting was adjourned at 3:15 PM
For the Squadron
Fred C Smyth