Each Chapter has its own personality that is
reflected in its members and local culture. The common thread you will find
at EAA Chapter 839 is an interest in enjoying aviation with others who have
a similar interest and the desire to share aviation with the local community
through fly-ins, picnics, workshops, Young Eagle rallies and more. We are an Active Chapter with a hangar and
lots of exciting projects in the works. Contact us
soon for more information!
Dan Wilkin's New Beauty
Bill Barry's J-4 First Landing
In July Bill Barry enjoyed his first flight in his
gorgeous red J4 Cub. Click on the link to see the movie of his first
landing. You can tell by the first bounce that nerves we a little tight even
though the plane flew beautifully!
member_aircraft/barry/J4 First Landing.wmv
Final Young Eagles Day This Year
The EAA chapter held it's third and final Young Eagles Day
of the year on Sunday, September 14th. It was a beautiful day for five young
people who enjoyed airplane rides given by Ted Kowalyshyn and Dan
Wilkins.Ted's Pipe Archer and Dan's Aeronca Champ saw duty ferrying the the
Young Eagles around the sun drenched Pocono Mountains.
Rod Hatcher did the paperwork and awarded certificates and
first log books to the participants. We thank those volenteers who came out
to help this year and we look forward to providing Young eagle rides again