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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!

Young Eagles Held this Past Sunday 7/13/14

Although the day was hot and turned rough towards noon, we still flew three Young Eagles. Our thanks to the volunteer pilots John Parker and Dan Wilkens and to several volunteers on the ground who helped out. They include Rod Hatcher, Bernies Sinisgali, Bill Schilling, and Tony Bartolo.

Bill Barry's J-4

Bill Barry is busy painting his 1939 Piper J-4 that he is restoring. Here is a picture of the fuselage in a gorgeous "Tennesse Red".

While he is critical of his work, you would be hard pressed to find anything but a smooth and professional paint job that you can see your own reflection in! Bill has just finished the wings and is working on the remaining parts now.

This is turning out to be one beautiful airplane!



 Business Meeting 

The next business meeting is scheduled for September 10th starting at 8:00 pm. Cook out starts at 6:00 pm.

Young Eagles

Young Eagles is an EAA program to give young people an opportunity to experience flight. For more information or to sign up for one of our scheduled flight dates click the button.

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Aviation Humor

Click on picture to see what passes for humor at Chapter 839

Membership Roster

Need a membership roster? You can find them on the bulletin board in the hangar. Report any changes/updates to Rod Hatcher

 For more information, Contact our President, Bill Barry at 570.595.2269
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Last updated: 08/14/14