IN THE JULY 1ST ISSUE OF
By: Gary Vacin
Elton Dyal is
one of about 25 Sun Lakes Aero Club members
who own aircraft. A frequent participant in the club’s fly-ins,
Dyal is shown with his Beechcraft Bonanza hangared at
Chandler Municipal Airport.
The Sun Lakes Aero Club (SLAC) is planning
its slate of activities for the coming year. Included are interesting
presentations at monthly meetings and fly-ins and field trips to nearby
Persons having a personal interest in
aviation plus computer skills are urged to contact Al Galvi, SLAC
vice-president, at 480-802-0104 for more information on the club
Recent fly-ins have included aviation
museums at Palm Springs, March AFB, and the General Patton museum in
California; the Gosshawk Aircraft Restoration Facility in Casa Grande, the
Phoenix Terminal Radar Facility and control tower at the Sky Harbor Airport,
the Lockheed-Martin Flight Service Station at Prescott, and breakfast trips to
airport restaurants at Sedona and Ryan Field west of Tucson.
Now in its 15th year, SLAC
meets the third Monday of each month from October through May in the Mirror
Room at the Sun Lakes Country Club. Speakers have given presentations on topics
ranging from aviation safety, aerobatics, the Grand Canyon International
Airport and the TWA-800 crash in New York City.
Additional information is available from
President Bob Walch at 1-920-469-2055.