Feb 20

Jabiru Engine Maintenance Course

The Jabiru engine maintenance course is on for May 17-18 at Independence Oregon (7S5), sponsored by EAA 292. We can offer free housing and Pete Krotje will be teaching it. It does not get any better than this.

We still have 3 openings. Yours for $350.

Please distribute this message to all who might be interested

David G. Ullman
EAA 292, Trustee

Feb 20

EAA 292 Event at Independence (7S5)

EAA 292 is hosting their annual Fly-In and STOL Expo on August 17-19 2019 at the Independence Oregon Airport (7S5).

Saturday features Van’s Homecoming, aviation forums, mid-Willamette Valley wine tours and other aviation activities.

Sunday is our 3rd annual STOL Expo with a full STOL event.

Our sponsors for these events are Van’s, Lightspeed and CubCrafters. Attached is a poster. More details will be posted on our web site www.EAA292.org as they develop. Registration will begin April 15th. I will send you an update with more details before then.

David G. Ullman
EAA 292, Trustee
Fly-in Chairman

Feb 14

Minutes from the 2/6/2019 meeting

EAA Chapter 31 Meeting, February 6th, 2019

The dinner portion of the meeting started at 6:00 PM with Pizza, salad and cookies for desert courtesy of our great VP Gary Ludeke and his wife Sandy. Thanks for another tasty meal!!

The meeting started at 6:59PM with the pledge of allegiance lead by President John Kuehl .

Vice President Gary Ludeke and Secretary / Treasurer Randy Stout were also present. The business and entertainment portion of the meeting was then called to order. There were 16 members and guests in attendance.

Next Chapter breakfast is Saturday, February 16th. Come out to the clubhouse in the AM and pay $8 for an “all you can eat” breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, OJ, coffee and camaraderie!! Starts at 9:00 and runs to about 10:30 or so. Thanks in advance for all the guys who show up and cook the meal!

Secretary Stout noted that the check book balance is $3266.78 as of 2/01/2019. He also noted that 2019 dues are due- $25 hard earned, well spent bucks. Many folks paid at this meeting. Send it by mail if you would prefer- EAA Chapter 31, 86277 Panorama Rd., Springfield, OR 97478

President Kuehl then asked for volunteers for dinner for the next few months. Rod Johnson stepped forward and agreed to bring March dinner- TBA.

He then asked for volunteers to bring in speakers for the next few meetings. Jim Orgliosso agreed to bring in a speaker from Van’s Aircraft for the March meeting, Gary Ludeke will handle the April meeting and Randy Stout will take care of the May meeting.

President John then read and article he came across about an airplane without any moving parts.

Tom Cunningham noted that the OAHS museum in Cottage Grove will be having monthly pancake breakfasts starting in May until September on the 1st. Saturday of the month at 9:00

There being no other business, President John then introduced Rod Johnson, a long time member, who proceeded to put on a very nice slide show of a trip he made to Madras to the Warbird museum. He was very informed and entertaining. Thanks Rod!!

It was noted by the Secretary that the club now has a complete set of Starduster 2 Plans and Jodel Plans available for sale. Any interested party should call him at 541-953-0610.

There being no other business, the President began the EAA Chapter Video for the month. As always it was very interesting to watch.

The meeting was then adjourned at 8:05 PM

respectfully submitted,
Randall Stout, Secretary/ Treasurer

Feb 13

EAA Feb 2019 BREAKFAST reminder

EAA 31 BREAKFAST reminder.
Pancakes, Butter, Syrup, Bacon, Scrambled eggs, Sausage, Coffee, Orange juice, Hot chocolate, Milk, plus talk about Flying, fun, & fellowship. An EAA pancake breakfast is where you get this stuff. At the EAA 31 Hangar. S end of Hobby Field, Creswell Airport, Creswell OR. And only $8:00 bucks! This Saturday 9:00 AM Feb 16th 2019. Bring a friend.
Pres John

Feb 02

EAA 31 Feb 2019 Meeting Announcement

On Wednesday Feb 6th 2019 we will have virtual tour of the “Erickson Collection” of mostly flying condition warbirds in Madras OR. Many of these planes came from the former museum in Tillamock with financing provided by the late Paul Allen. There is also some “cold war” stuff and other things (motorcycle, WWll airplane tug etc). All this courtesy of our own Rod Johnson. Many interesting planes and history.
February Chapter video, time permitting.
This month PIZZA! and salad. 6:00 PM Dinner Only $8.00 bucks. 
7:00 PM Meeting.
Bring a friend – see you there.
Pres John