Association Meeting
April 16, 2005, 3:00 p.m.
Boone County Airport
1600 E 250 S
Lebanon, IN 46052

Members in attendance:
Earl Brosman
Roy Dawes
Wayne Deckard
Don Deckard
Gene Hollingsworth
Mike Jackson
Chuck Leucht
Michael Mossman
Dick Patterson
Larry Poe
John Snyder
Chad Williams
Bill Wilson

Also Present:
Katie Mossman
David Snyder

Association President Wayne Deckard brought the meeting to order shortly after 3 p.m.

Wayne Deckard: I want to focus this meeting on the Affordable Flying party. We need to ge the hangars cleaned up. Check of loose wires, cables, tarps. Check for fuel leaks, birds, etc. Check your tie-down ropes; we get strong winds with the spring storms.

Mowing crew started today. Ford tractor needs new head gasket. The International is doing OK. John Deere does OK.

We have 2-3 people with good airplanes like AT-6s coming in the the show. Don Bell (?) is bringing his AT-6.

The kid at Western Boone School (John Webb) hasn't done much on the web site yet.

Trash removal: Roy will park trailer so we can haul junk and scrap metal away.

Waste oil tank is empty - brick is to keep water out. Do not put antifreeze in the waste oil tank.

Financial Report: April's rent revenue $2,798, expenses about $1,998, leaving us $800 to the good. Checking accound balance is $7,850. Three members have not paid April rent.

Michael Mossman will be sending Airport Contact Information to Lt. Mike Nielsen at the Boone County Sheriff's Department.

Chad Williams will be making signs: field elevation, federal law sign at gate, telephone, and signs for exhibits.

Roy Dawes is interested in setting up a club for the Cherokee.

Wayne Deckard will have 10x10 and 10x20 tents for the party.

If you are flying or exhibiting at the event get your oil and fuel leaks fixed for publicity sake. We don't want people looking at us as flying airplanes that are leaking.

Fuel for Young Eagles and adults: We fill provide fuel for program flying after the first hour for pilots who are registered with us. This was agreed upon by a voice vote. We will be providing food for participating pilots.

Rollinson Sport Aircraft from Bloomfield will be here.

Bill Wilson: We need to make a plot plan for the exhibitions

We need to get people here with airplanes for sale.

There will be no parking inside the fence (airport grounds) for guests.

Food will be served in the maintenance hangar.

Wayne Deckard has a band providing music. They will not be paid but we will be providing them food and airplanes rides.

Mike Jackson will bring mics.

Roy Dawes: We need to take Maurice Hobson with us to meet the guys at the Fayette Fire Department and secure tables and chairs. We will need to make a donation for their use.

Gene Hollingsworth will be coordinating the mowing. Wayne wants the final mowing done about three days before the event so that wet grass won't be sticking to the airplanes.

Wayne Deckard has about 7-8 cookers plus a flat grill.

Food is free but we will be asking for donations to the club.

Wayne: We could spend $500 on food.

Michael Mossman volunteered to coordinate the food.

Bill Wilson will coordinate the exhibits.

Wally Sheridan will try to get Pepsi Cola to donate drinks.

We need to try to get donations for bottled water.

Wayne Deckard was a radio station that will sponsor the event.

Larry Poe will coordinate getting ultralights here.

Radio Control: Static Display, but may do demo flights during lunch time (12-2). We will not shut airport down for RC models; they will be responsible for yielding right of way to full-size aircraft.

Traffic Control — Air and Ramp: Jack Snyder and Mike Jackson


Ultralights at Front

Rain Day is Sunday, June 19.

Porta Potties; Waste Management, maybe Ray's

Paint Fence: Gene Hollingsworth

Clean Maintenance Hangar: Chuck Leucht

Parking: 4 acres available at Don Browns. After discussion it was decided that we will not be providing ground transportation for people parking at far lot.

Other aircraft clubs wishing to participate must commit to membership and hangar rent to display at event.

Ultralights are welcome

Flying lessons: Purdue pilots?



Michael Mossman will ask Bruce Richards is Ropke will participate.

Association elections will be held the third Sunday in Juluy

Bill Wilson: Anyone with an official job at the event should have a uniform or hat.

The meeting was informally concluded.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Michael Mossman, Association Secretary